Smart homes are one of the fastest-growing segments in the IoT. Intelligent applications such as connected thermostats, washing machines and lights make life easier and more convenient for home dwellers, also helping to cut electricity bills. However, these networked devices can also open virtual doors to unwanted guests. The challenge facing smart home service providers and device manufacturers lies in protecting their services and products against digital threats.

In this webinar, we will explain how a smart home basically works, how attacks affect a smart home and how providers can protect their products, business models and services for the benefit of the consumer.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • More about typical smart home systems, applications and devices
  • About common threats facing smart homes and the resulting need for security
  • What security measures should be implemented in the system architecture of a smart home

Who should attend?
Design engineers, system and security architects and product managers involved in device and system design for smart homes


Timo Grassmann, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Infineon Technologies

Timo has over 13 years of experience in the semiconductor industry and is currently holding the position as Senior Product Marketing Manager of the business line Platform Security at Infineon Technologies. He assumes worldwide responsibility for authentication and embedded security products and solutions. Prior to this role, Timo started with Infineon as the marketing manager for Innovation Management. He then took on the responsibility of Global Account Management for PayTV customers before becoming responsible for Product Marketing of PayTV products. He studied industrial engineering and management at the University of Karlsruhe.