• IoT World, May 13-16, 2019 (Free Expo Passes Available!)

    santa clara convention center

    The 6th annual Internet of Things World is the leading, global conference and expo where strategists, technologists, developers and implementers connect, putting IoT into action across industry verticals. Taking place May 13 – 16 at Santa Clara Convention Center, this year’s event will welcome 12,500+ attendees, 400+ speakers, and 300+ exhibitors with a focus on the intersection of industries and IoT innovation. Register Now for Free Expo Pass: http://bit.ly/2I5pUAT The conference agenda covers strategic and technical content from key sectors: Manufacturing & Supply Chain Smart Cities Energy & Utilities Transportation Smart Home Healthcare Retail Insurance Finance Smart Buildings Agriculture IoT World is your place to network and learn within the growing IoT community, delivering business-critical information to help you achieve ROI & real-world results from IoT. Ways to attend include free expo only passes and full conference passes. Use code MEETUP25 for 25% off your conference pass. Learn More about Attending: http://bit.ly/IoT_World_Event Download the Event Brochure: http://bit.ly/IoT_World_Brochure

  • Webinar: Introduction to Secure Boot

    Online Webinar

    wolfSSL Sr. Engineer and Security Expert Daniele Lacamera presents on the topic of Secure Boot. Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vkrI7iezRoWC4LU_08sKWQ Agenda: - What is secure boot? - How does a secure bootloader function? - wolfBoot design & implementation - Questions & Discussion

  • Analytics at Speed - Time Series Data Panel Discussion

    Hi Silicon Valley IoT Meetup Group, We’re holding our next Kx Meetup on Wednesday 24th of April in collaboration with Kx Systems, we hope you can join! Panel Topic: Advances in time-series data analytics across all industries Our panel will be discussing the future of time-series analytics and its impact on various end-markets and industries through real-world examples and use cases. This will be a fantastic chance to meet industry experts, developers and others who are advancing the movement through technology. Speaker Panel Includes: - George Williams, Director of Computing and Data Science, GSI Technology - Jay Mohan, VP Strategy, Products and Customer Success, RxDataScience - Vinod Iyengar, Vice President, Marketing & Technical Alliances, H2O.ai - Kelvin Franklin, CEO & Co-Founder, Broadbridge Networks - Rebecca Kelly - Machine Learning Scientist, Kx Agenda: [masked]: Registration / Networking over beer and pizza 7:[masked]: Introductions 7.15: Panel Discussion 8.15: Discussion / Networking and pizza About Kx Systems Kx is a division of FD, a global technology provider with 20 years of experience working with some of the world’s largest finance, technology, manufacturing, and energy institutions. Kx technology, incorporating the kdb+ time-series database, is a leader in high-performance, in-memory computing, streaming analytics and operational intelligence. Kx delivers the best possible performance and flexibility for high-volume, data-intensive analytics and applications across multiple industries. More details will be announced soon, sign up on https://www.meetup.com/Analytics-At-Speed-SanFrancisco/events/259924071/ We look forward to meeting you all!

  • Comparing and Contrasting Embedded Linux Build Systems and Distributions

    Comparing and Contrasting Embedded Linux Build Systems and Distributions Beer and Pizza will be provided. We will discuss the various options for creating embedded Linux operating systems. We will provide a basic description of each option, including an overview of the workflow for each choice. The talk will cover the advantages and disadvantages of each of these options and provide viewers with a matrix of design considerations to help them pick the right choice for their design. We will cover the following options: Yocto/OpenEmbedded Buildroot OpenWRT/LEDE Slimmed down desktop distributions (e.g. Debian, Raspbian, Ubuntu) We will also touch upon other tools, such as crosstool-ng and ucLinux, which are peripherally related to building embedded Linux systems. The focus for this section will be to make the viewers aware of these tools as they frequently come up while researching embedded Linux so that you are better informed which tools are available. This presentation will help developers understand the options for creating an embedded Linux system. They will be better equipped to decide, for their particular application, which system is appropriate. Presenter: Drew Moseley Drew Moseley is currently part of the Mender.io open source project to deploy OTA software updates to embedded Linux devices. He has worked on embedded projects such as RAID storage controllers, Direct and Network attached storage devices and graphical pagers. He has spent the last 7 years working in Operating System Professional Services helping customers develop production embedded Linux systems. He has spent his career in embedded software and developer tools and has focused on Embedded Linux and Yocto for about 10 years. He is currently a Customer Engineer at Northern.tech (the company behind the OSS project Mender.io), helping customers develop safer, more secure connected devices. Drew has spoken at various conferences, including Embedded Linux Conference, OSCON, Embedded Systems Conference, Texas Linux Fest, and other technology conferences. He worked previously as a Technical Project Manager and Professional Services Engineer for Mentor Graphics. Previous to that, he has worked with Red Hat, Intel, and Monta Vista Software.

  • Live Webinar: Java Card 3.1 Boosts Security for IoT devices

    Did you know that nearly six billion Java Card devices are deployed annually? Recently, Oracle released version 3.1 of the Java Card Platform - the most extensive update to this technology in several years. It introduces dedicated features for IoT device security and for new secure elements hardware, while continuing to serve existing customers and markets. Join this live interactive presentation for great insight on: · New API and platform features introduced in Java Card 3.1 · Use cases unlocked by Java Card on secure IoT hardware Register now and learn why Java Card is the ideal solution for tens of billions of IoT devices that require security at the edge of the network. Featured Speaker Patrick Van Haver Java Security Solutions Architect => Register on the following link: https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet?target=reg20.jsp&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.oracle.com%2Fpartners%2Fcampaign%2Feblasts%2F20190313-oraclejavacard3-1-5328519.htm&eventid=1944069&sessionid=1&key=D0A4B440DB55FCF3D05E1ACED2888174®Tag=&sourcepage=register

  • 50 Free OPEN Passes to DeveloperWeek 2019

    Oakland Convention Center

    The DeveloperWeek team has offered our group 50 free OPEN Passes and discounted PRO Passes to DeveloperWeek 2019 so our members can attend the event. DeveloperWeek 2019 (Feb 20-24, Oakland Convention Center) is the world’s largest independent developer conference and expo with 8,000+ participants. DeveloperWeek 2019 includes 200+ workshops, sessions, and talks across JavaScript, Microservices, AI dev, Blockchain dev, AR/VR Dev, and more! It also features developer technology innovators exhibiting at the DeveloperWeek 2019 Expo. You must register by 11:59 pm on February 6 (or before we are sold out) to get your free OPEN Pass or to SAVE $295 on your PRO Pass. To register, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/developerweek-2019-tickets-47449325209?discount=MU6152&utm_campaign=MU6152&utm_source=meetup&utm_medium=post Promotional code MU6152 will automatically be applied to your order making your OPEN Pass completely free -- or take advantage of a $295 discount on an all-access PRO Pass. Your OPEN Pass will give you access to OPEN sessions, keynotes, and the Expo floor ONLY. If you take advantage of the $295 discount on a PRO Pass, you will get unlimited access to all of DeveloperWeek 2019, including all sessions, workshops and talks. To get your free OPEN Pass or discounted PRO Pass you must register by 11:59 pm on February 6 (or before we are sold out) at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/developerweek-2019-tickets-47449325209?discount=MU6152&utm_campaign=MU6152&utm_source=meetup&utm_medium=post

  • [Webinar] FIDO: The State of Strong Authentication

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    Register Now ==> https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7513051309722868995?source=Event+Page+on+FIDO.com As data breaches and increasingly sophisticated phishing attacks continue to drive online account compromise and financial loss, organizations are finally stepping up and investing in stronger, phishing-resistant forms of authentication, according to Javelin Research’s new “The State of Strong Authentication 2019” report. But what does this mean for strong authentication holdouts? Get the answer to this question and more during this webinar on the report, featuring Al Pascual, senior vice president and research director, Javelin Strategy & Research and Andrew Shikiar, CMO, FIDO Alliance. These speakers will share analysis on the state of consumer and enterprise authentication among U.S. businesses and the role that strong authentication is playing in protecting accounts and securing access to valuable data and critical systems. Attendees will also hear: What technologies they should be considered for strong authentication, including cryptographically-backed authentication and how it differs from traditional forms of authentication like SMS OTPs The role of regulation including PSD2, GDPR and state privacy laws in driving strong authentication adoption What strong authentication holdouts should know about data protection and threats in 2019 How cryptographically-backed strong authentication has been standardized by FIDO Alliance and W3C, and is available today in browsers and mobile app platforms How Google, Tradelink and Visa are using FIDO standards to provide stronger protection for customer and employee accounts

  • Machine Vision based Industrial IoT Deployments

    4040 George Sellon Cir

    We will have two 20 minute talk in this meetup. Speakers include CEO & Co-Founder of dc-square (https://www.dc-square.de/en/) Christian Götz and Oracle VP of IoT and Big Data applications Supreet Oberoi. Talk 1 Title: Scalable IoT Messaging with MQTT Abstract: MQTT is the most popular IoT protocol for connecting devices at scale and a modern alternative for lightweigth backend (microservice) communication. This session covers everything you need to know about scalable pub/sub communication with MQTT for up to millions of devices and shows the available software options in the (open source) ecosystem. We also address the brand new features of MQTT 5 as well as advanced microservice integration topics. Speaker Bio: Christian Götz is CEO & co-founder at dc-square, the company has recently been named one of the "most innovative companies in IoT” and is enabling customers in industries like automotive, consumer goods and entertainment to connect millions of IoT devices reliable, fast and secure with their product HiveMQ. Christian is a frequent writer and speaker at regional and international events sharing his experience from 100+ IoT production deployments. He is passionate about reading, running and realizing innovative IoT solutions for companies, which impact our future. Talk 2 Title: Machine vision based Industrial IoT Deployments Abstract: In this talk, we will share our understanding of how to use Computer Vision (CV) in monitoring of industrial assets and processes. We extended our Oracle IoT applications to integrate with smart cameras such as ones from FLIR and started providing catch-all monitoring for workplace safety, pipeline monitoring, among other use cases. In addition, we integrated Matroid, which provides a no-code experience to develop and evaluate deep learning models for object recognition. With our integration with Matroid, we started providing real-time and rich analytics based on people and other object monitoring. We implemented various approaches to recognize objects in given images, convert analog meters to digital devices, count products on a factory floor or position robots based on visual feedback. Some of the approaches included building our own models with OpenCV and Tensor Flow libraries. Others involved integrating with third-party tools such as Matroid. We will conclude with an evaluation of their strengths and limitations we found with each approach. BIO ~~~ Supreet currently serves as the VP of IoT and Big Data Applications at Oracle, where he is responsible for field engineering, developing partnerships and reference architectures. Prior to this, at American Express, Supreet developed the Hadoop platform from infancy, creating a platform for data asset management, implementing several use cases around recommendation, fraud, and compliance. Prior to American Express, as Vice President of Engineering for RTI, Supreet developed real-time middleware for helping create IoT systems-of-systems . He is also the Lead Mentor for startX, a Stanford start-up accelerator. Supreet holds MS in Computer Sciences from Stanford University and BS with Highest Honors from University of Texas at Austin.

  • Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit

    DoubleTree by Hilton San Jose

    C-Suite Executives, Directors & Managers of IT Security, and other Senior Level IT Executives are invited to the 2nd annual Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit. Elvis Chan, the Supervisor Special Agent of The FBI, will lead the afternoon keynote. Thursday, January 24th, 2019 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Jose 2050 Gateway Pl San Jose, CA 95110 The FIRST 15 MEMBERS to register will receive FREE admission. Use promo code SVIOT19 at: https://CyberSummitUSA.com/siliconvalley19/ After these Complimentary Passes are depleted, code is good for $95 admission. Each pass includes a catered breakfast, lunch, and cocktail & cigar reception. You will be eligible to earn up to 6 CPE credits with your full day attendance. Topics of Discussion Include: • Incident Response Orchestration • Ransomware: To Pay or Not Pay • Insider Threat & Corporate Espionage • …and much more! Evaluate the cutting-edge technologies from solution providers including Darktrace, ExtraHop Networks, Arctic Wolf Networks, RANE, Dasher Technologies, Humio ApS, Corelight, LogPoint, and more. If you are with a cyber solution provider and would like to exhibit and / or speak at this event, contact Bradford Rand at [masked] /[masked] x223. For full details, visit https://CyberSummitUSA.com

  • IoT Application Prototyping with Debian and BeagleBone

    Topic: In this meetup, we will discuss using the Debian distribution and the BeagleBone hardware platform to implement an IoT application. Specifically, the use of MQTT to implement a weather station application will be demonstrated and the code will be available to all attendees. We will discuss initial prototyping on your desktop Linux installation as well as issues you will need to address when migrating the code to the BeagleBone. Finally, we will touch briefly on the differences between prototype and production environments and detail some of the considerations and choices that will need to be made when moving beyond the prototyping phase.