Trust Summit Roadshow—London

The Ned London, May 14, 2024

DigiCert Trust Summit Roadshow 2024



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Our biggest event is hitting the road—so you don’t have to.

Join DigiCert and industry leaders from around the world in London on May 14th for a special one-day event. From PKI Management and IoT trust to Software Supply Chain security and Post-Quantum Cryptography, this is your opportunity to dive into the most important topics and challenges security professionals are facing, explore new solutions, connect one-on-one with other leaders, and help us put digital trust to work in your region—and around the world.

Event Overview

Date: May 14

Location: London—The Ned London


8:30 – 9:30 AM: Registration, networking, coffee and light breakfast available

9:30 AM - 9:45 AM: Welcome to the London Regional Digital Trust Summit   

We welcome you to a day of exploration in an ever-dynamic world of public key infrastructure. This keynote will explore both industry trends and enterprise drivers, with the major areas of focus being the confluence of public and private PKI and the ever-closer focus on quantum-safe algorithms.

9:45 AM - 10:30 AM Keynote | Digital Trust for the Real World

In the real world, trust isn't a buzzword or an abstract idea. It's what makes the whole human experience work. It opens doors, builds bridges, crosses borders, and sets standards. Trust makes more possible. And digital trust scales those possibilities. Join DigiCert CEO, Amit Sinha, to discover how customers are operationalizing digital trust to scale adoption, agility, experiences, and even transformation in the real world.

10:30 AM - 10:45 AM: Break

10:45 AM - 11:15 AM: Session | How to prepare for Quantum Computing

The technology migration required to address threats of quantum computing require organizations to start planning immediately. During this session we will discuss the quantum computing timelines, the impacts of quantum computing, what organizations are doing to prepare, and how you can get started on defining a migration strategy.

11:15 AM - 12:00 PM: Session | PKI Possibilities: Modernization, Crypto-Agility, Public and Private Use Cases, and Securing Cloud Workloads

Enterprises in 2024 stand at a pivotal juncture for transitioning legacy public key infrastructure (PKI) into the era of digital trust. In this session, we will discuss a blueprint for modernizing PKI with an emphasis on crypto-agility. We will address the confluence of public and private PKI use cases and the importance of cryptographic identities for securing cloud workloads. You will learn actionable strategies for reducing IT resource burdens, preventing business outages, maintaining security/compliance, and preparing for a quantum-safe future. Join us to unravel the complexities of PKI modernization, ensuring a secure and agile foundation for your evolving digital landscape.

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM: Lunch, Networking and DigiCert Demo Stations

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM: Session | 5 Tips to Secure from Software Supply Chain Attacks

This presentation is dedicated to enhancing software supply chain security for organizations involved in software development, whether for internal or public use. It addresses the heightened risk posed by multiple development teams and outlines five essential steps to secure your software development lifecycle against supply chain attacks. We will discuss how your organization can leverage Software Bills of Materials (SBOMs) to reduce risks, the significance of threat detection, governance for code signing, and other best practices.

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM: Session | The Future of IoT Security: Authentication Meets Quantum Innovation

In this session, we explore the critical aspects of ensuring security and authenticity in the evolving landscape of the Internet of Things (IoT). With the rise of quantum computing, it is imperative to reevaluate and strengthen the trust framework supporting connected devices. DigiCert experts will be on site to discuss how organizations can accomplish robust device authentication to ensure a secure IoT ecosystem; techniques to simplify compliance with industry standards and streamline secure element integration on-device; how to prepare your connected devices for quantum-resistant cryptography; how to assess the risk landscape for IoT devices in the quantum age; and maintaining integrity and trust in a rapidly evolving digital environment.

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM: Session | Demystifying E-Signatures: the Basics of Digital Document Trust

Digital documents and e-signing help speed the pace of business around the world, yet many organizations are still in the early stages of building strategies to gain value from this form of digital transformation. In this important session you will learn how to effectively lead document trust discussions using the latest terminology and the core elements of e-signature trust—identity, integrity, and legality. We will also present real-world solutions implemented by leading organizations. Topics covered in this presentation include key differences between e-signature types, including high-assurance digital signatures; the importance of identity verification and level of assurance (LoA); e-signature regulatory compliance by geography, including for cross-border agreements; creating a blueprint for risk vs. cost by department and use case; benefits of using electronic seals (corporate signatures) for document authenticity, origin.

3:00 PM - 3:15 PM: Break

3:15 PM - 4:00 PM: Customer Fireside Chat

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM: Session | Industry Updates

Get current on recent and upcoming industry developments, focusing on key areas such as NIST quantum cryptography, CA/Browser forum standards, and new offerings from public certificate authorities (CAs). Attendees will gain insights into the evolving landscape impacting private and public PKI, ensuring your stay informed about crucial advancements and changes shaping the industry.

4:30 PM - 6:30 PM: Demo stations/expert areas open


Amit Sinha

Amit Sinha

CEO, DigiCert                                

Max Moulin

Max Moulin

Head of PKI Delivery, Engie                  

Avesta Hojjati

Avesta Hojjati

VP, Research & Development, DigiCert

Brian Trzupek

Brian Trzupek

SVP, Product Management          

Dave Roche

Dave Roche

Senior Product Management, DigiCert

Elliott Samuels

Elliott Samuels

AVP, EMEA, DigiCert                    

Patrick Beckman Lapré

Patrick Beckman Lapré

Director, Digital Trust Specialists, DigiCert

Richard Hall

Richard Hall

AVP, Technical Sales, Customer Success, DigiCert