The global wearables market is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 35% over the next five years, reaching 148 million units shipped annually in 2019, up from 33 million units shipped in 2014. While this growth brings with it countless business opportunities, it also raises some challenges.
One of the challenges is running into the risk of data security and privacy breaches. Undoubtedly, consumers are demanding the highest standards of privacy. The absence of clear regulations to guide manufacturers makes catering to this paramount need especially difficult.
This webinar will provide much-needed guidance from industry experts with extensive experience on how best to protect your customers and bring to market a product that is safe and secure.
Get an overview of the growing wearables market - business opportunities and concerns.
Find out consumers' concerns on data security and privacy.
Gain insights to how you can protect your customers and bring to market a product that is safe and secure.
Technical Director IT - Security, TÜV SÜD Sec-IT GmbH
Also an assistant professor at the University of Applied Sciences, Munich, Marcel is a computer scientist with years of experience working in IT security.
His responsibilities include educating customers about IT security through training workshops and live hacking demonstrations.
Global Business Line Manager, Electrical and Electronics (ENE) Products, TÜV SÜD Product Service Division
Asli has more than a decade of experience in testing, inspection and certification within the technology sector and has extensive knowledge in these areas from both a product and service perspective.
Asli holds an MBA from the University of Mannheim and is today responsible for strategic topics relating to products and services for TÜV SÜD’s Global Business Line Electrical and Electronics Products.
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