TADSummit Special, March 21-23

We were unable to get every presentation we wanted into TADSummit 2022 in November. TADSummit Special will share 3 insightful presentations. We plan to run them March 21-23, one per day, live (and recorded), starting at 11AM ET, 8AM PT, 4PM CET. Register for TADSummit Special here to receive the URL for the live session.

Tuesday 21st March. The EU Cyber Resilience act – what does it mean for IP communications?

Here’s the videos, slides and commentary: https://blog.tadsummit.com/2023/03/21/eu-cyber-resilience-act/

Olle Johansson, Experienced consultant in network security and real time communication – PKI, webrtc, SIP , XMPP. Kamailio and Asterisk expert.

Sandro Gauci, CEO / Senior Penetration Tester / Chief mischief officer at Enable Security

The proposed EU cyber resilience act (CRA) is a new legislation that will soon come into force. The act gives vendors a huge responsibility for the security features in sold products and gives customers a transparency into the products as well as five years of free security upgrades for all products. Manufacturers (and distributors of non-EU products) will have to implement vulnerability handling processes, be transparent of components in their products and implement security by default in all products.

What is the current state of IP communications? How will CRA affect everything from phones, to apps , servers and Open Source projects? Will the CRA lead to more secure communication or just be a blocker for innovation and progress?

Learn what the CRA means for you and your company, for manufacturers and for the market in general.

Wednesday 22nd March. Silent Authentication: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly!

Eric Nadalin, CTO, co-founder tru.ID, and Gentleman Farmer

Here’s the video and commentary: https://blog.tadsummit.com/2023/03/22/silent-authentication/.

Finally after all those years, mobile network operators start to offer a secure and frictionless alternative to SMS. Learn more about Silent Authentication.

Thursday 23rd March. Why many conversational AI providers are ditching commercial platforms and moving to open source — and why you should too!

Dave Horton, Creator of drachtio.org, the open source framework for SIP Server applications

Here’s the video and commentary: https://blog.tadsummit.com/2023/03/23/conversational-ai-open-source/

  • Voice is moving from a tickbox item to an expressive and differentiating feature for conversational AI providers
  • Several of the “Gartner Magic Quandrant” conversational AI companies are creating game-changing voice features by adopting open-source platforms like jambonz to power their voice strategy
  • Why (and how) are they doing this? What are the key benefits they are seeking?