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C++: Internet of Things and Security Panel discussion {on-demand webinar}

As more Internet of Things (IoT) devices connect to the network, cloud and to each other, we are provided with new opportunities for hackers to pose more threats to our safety and privacy. With places ranging from the factory door to the hospital operating room, device creators are looking to take more measures for defense at different levels such as the physical space, user interface, code, operating system, gateway, cloud—all the way to licensing in order to increase reliability, privacy and safety. Fortunately, this does not require a revolutionary approach but rather a collection of measures that have been seen in the industry that have proven successful in IoT networks and can be considered for your upcoming IoT project. Speakers: Jake Petroules, Qt Consultant, The Qt Company Nils Roscher-Nielsen, Product Management, The Qt Company Emily Ratliff, Engineering Manager, Security, Ubuntu / Canonical Greg Rudy, Director of Business Development, INTEGRITY Security Services, Green Hills About The Qt Company The Qt Company develops and delivers the Qt development framework under commercial and open source licenses. We enable the reuse of software code across all operating systems, platforms and screen types, from desktops and embedded systems to wearables and mobile devices. Qt is used by approximately one million developers worldwide and is the leading independent technology behind millions of devices and applications. Qt is the platform of choice for in-vehicle systems, industrial automation devices, and other business critical application manufacturers, and is used by leading global players in more than 70 industries. The Qt Company is owned by the Qt Group, which operates in China, Finland, Germany, Japan, Korea, Norway, Russia and USA with more than 200 employees worldwide. The Qt Group is headquartered in Espoo, Finland, and is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki Stock Exchange. The company’s net sales in year 2016 was 32,4 MEUR. To learn more visit