“DIGITAL INDUSTRY: disruptive solutions to shape the future of

IOT SWC19 side-event 29th October 2019, Barcelona, Spain

Conference summary:

With the world becoming expansively more connected,digital technologies and cybersecurity are challenges that SMEs must face to remain competitive. Digital and smart building industry will discuss integration of IoT-enabled devices in smart manufacturing with focus on cybersecurity in smart lighting, home automation and construction systems.


Fira Barcelona Gran Vía (Hall 2) – ROOM 1.4 (CC1)

Av. Joan Carles I, 64

08908 L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona

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Ms Ana Ayerbe Fernandez-Cuesta

Ana Ayerbe is the Manager of TECNALIA TRUSTECH Business Area where she works in trying to create trust in the digital and hyperconnected world developing technology to reinforce the digital immunological system of companies and society.

She is enthusiastic of new technologies like the Internet of Things, Distributed Ledgers and Artificial Intelligence and the challenges and opportunities they offer related to Cybersecurity.

Member of the Board of Directors, Strategic Committee and Partnership Board of ECSO, member of the Strategic Board and Board of Director of EOS and RENIC Board of Directors, in 2019 she has also taken part in the Expert Committee for the elaboration of the Spanish Cybersecurity National Strategy.

Finally, Ana is mentor of the INSPIRA STEAM project that tries to stimulate scientific and technological vocations among girls and member of the Council of the WOMEN4CYBER initiative.

Prof-Dr Marc R. Fontoynont

Professor with special assignment at SBI, the Danish Building Research Institute (SBI) of Aalborg University in Copenhagen. He focuses on quality of the built environment (indoor and outdoor), exploring innovative schemes, developed in partnership with architects, engineers, industry and all stakeholders.

He has the responsibility to develop research activities related to lighting technologies and vision science, with concerns for reduction of energy use and higher human well-being. Successful lighting strategies are proposed, which lead to significant reduction of operating costs, and improved benefits for human beings.

Marc Fontoynont is convener of CEN Standardization group TC169-WG11 Daylight. He is active for the International Energy Agency ( Task 50-A Life Cycle Costs models for lighting retrofit) . He is also active in various innovative programs dealing with developing new lighting techniques ( museums, hospitals, commercial centres, street lighting, etc.) with networks of SMEs.

Marc Fontoynont is adviser of the Cluster Lumiere and vice-president of the ELCA European Lighting Cluster Alliance

Mr Milan Gabor

Milan Gabor is Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) with more than sixteen years of experience and expertise in designing, implementing network and application infrastructure and security area.

Work in security area includes Security Reviews, Penetration Testing, Source Code Security Reviews and Security Consulting for diverse companies and organizations.

He is well graded and popular
speaker on information security at conferences all around the world. Loves to hunt new bugs.