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OMNISECURE 2019 – the next conference for smart identity solutions will take place in Berlin from 21st to 23rd January

Around 350 delegates will be participating in the 26th annual conference, which takes place under the patronage of the Federal Ministry of the Interior. The topics will include digital payment, blockchain, digital Europe, connected living, the digital economy and digital citizens.

On the eve of the conference (21st Jan.) delegates from the fields of industry, politics, research and public administration meet up for their first networking event. This is an evening when experts engage in an intensive exchange of ideas. A selection of start-ups will give short pitches with innovative ideas..

The programme for January 2019 will be accessible here from mid-October.

Avail of the favourable terms in our Participation + Hotel Package There are special conditions for participants from research institutions and public authorities.

Basic Data

350 participants | Over 100 top speakers | 22 large forums
12 tutorials and workshops | Discussion and networking on two long evenings


Eurosmart advocates a cybersecurity trust label or security certificate for every IoT provider, covering not only the data as such but also the network IoT providers are using. In order to meet the challenge and to best contribute to a secure IoT, also and especially as a member of the ECSO, Eurosmart has drawn on the expertise of its members and established a new committee, the IoT committee. Stefane Mouille: “The increasing number of security breaches and hacks of internet service providers show that cybersecurity is imperative to protect both private and public data. By now, the gateway for hackers is often an IoT application as these are increasingly connected to other applications and networks and often not very well protected yet.”

Eurosmart’s IoT Security Committee has several objectives
  • provide suppliers with a self-assessment methodology to evaluate the risk their devices are facing;
  • propose a portfolio of secure solutions tailored to individual risks
  • work closely with the European Commission to implement an IoT trust label that can easily and conveniently be implemented by end-users.

The first results of the Eurosmart IoT Committee will be presented at the next Trustech in Cannes.

“Smart cards, secure elements and smart devices have demonstrated over the last 25 years that they offer the right mix of security and convenience. They prevent security breaches and protect data and privacy at every step, from the authentication, to IoT applications and networks to cloud servers”, explained Stefane Mouille.

eurosmart.com