IoT adoption in Serbia - multi-stakeholder panel discussion

The Internet Society Serbia Chapter is organising a multi-stakeholder panel discussion on adoption of IoT in Serbia.

The discussion will take place at the co-working space, ShareSquare on Friday, 12th of October. Please register your interest to attend the panel and get your ticket here.

The panel will discuss challenges around the adoption of IoT and the role that government can play in helping to achieve the economic potential of IoT and reduce the risks associated with this new technology. Open Trust Alliance is an Internet Society initiative offering various Policy Frameworks to guide actors on how to enhance online trust. Answers to questions such as how to protect parts of Internet infrastructure, users', public and industrial data and if there is a role for DNS in the future IoT world,  will be explored.

Speakers:

Prof. Dr. Irini Reljin
Acting Assistant Minister for Electronic Communications and Postal Services - Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Republic of Serbia

Dr. Srđan Krčo
Co-founder and CEO - DunavNET

Michael Richardson
Sandelman Software Works

Vladimir Radunović
Director, E-diplomacy and Cybersecurity Programmes - DiploFoundation

Funda Ustek-Spilda
Post Doc researcher - Virt-EU

Jeff Wilbur (remote)
Technical Director - Online Trust Alliance (OTA) at the Internet Society

Moderator:

Desiree Zeljka Miloshevic
Board of Trustees, The Internet Society

The Internet Society Serbia Belgrade Chapter would like to thank RNIDS for their generous support of this event.

This panel is part of the program of IoT hackathon Descon 4.0.