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Matter smart home adoption: overcoming challenges & simplifying compliance
Matter is here. After six months of testing and more than 45 days of live production, the key players involved in the standard, including DigiCert and the Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA), already have a strong sense of the real-world impact of the Matter standard on consumers, software developers, and manufacturers. Now comes the task of working through challenges and delivering the kinds of streamlined processes that will help any interested manufacturer meet compliance and get their Matter devices in the market.

In this webinar, we’re gathering experts from several of the technology companies involved in making Matter work—both as adopters in the device supply chain and as partners who helped craft the standard. This panel will discuss what we’ve learned about compliance, PKI best practices, and DAC integration for manufacturers. We’ll also talk about how to move quickly and painlessly past operational barriers, so time-to-market is optimized.

You’ll learn:

1. What has worked and what’s still being sorted out after this initial period of live production

2. The impact of Matter on the smart home device industry

3. The impact of Matter on manufacturers and distributors, especially where new, improved security is concerned

4. How to simplify the compliance process so you can get your Matter devices ready to sell

5. Why you should strongly consider starting the compliance process as soon as possible

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Dec 15, 2022 04:00 PM in Greenwich Mean Time

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Mike Nelson
VP of IoT Security @DigiCert
Mike Nelson is the VP of IoT Security at DigiCert, a leader in digital security. In this role, Mike oversees the company’s strategic IoT market development for critical infrastructure industries. Mike frequently consults with organizations, contributes to media reports, and speaks at industry conferences about how technology can be used to improve cybersecurity for connected systems. Before DigiCert, Mike spent his career in healthcare IT including time at the US Department of Health and Human Services, GE Healthcare, and Leavitt Partners. Mike’s passion for the industry stems from his personal experience as a type 1 diabetic and his use of connected technology in his treatment.
Tom Klein
Senior Director of IoT Business Development @DigiCert
He has 40+ years in IT with a specialty in IoT Security. He has had extended tenure with IBM, Microsoft, AWS, and security specialty organizations.
Steve Hanna
Distinguished Engineer @Infineon
Steve Hanna is a Distinguished Engineer at Infineon Technologies. He currently co-chairs the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) Industrial Work Group and IoT Work Group. Steve is a member of the Security Area Directorate in the Internet Engineering Task Force and co-chair of the Industrial IoT Security Work Group (ISA 99 WG 9) in the International Society for Automation (ISA). He has previously participated in other networking and security standards groups such as the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), Open Group, and OASIS. He is the author of several IETF, TCG, and IIC standards and published papers, an inventor or co-inventor on 48 issued U.S. and international patents, and a regular speaker at industry events. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Harvard University.