More and more, we hear about the Internet of Things (IoT) and its promise to bring billions of machines, devices, and sensors together in a constant conversation with one another. With it will undoubtedly come a scale and dimension to communications never before imagined. But it will also usher in an equally massive challenge to security. That holds especially true for service providers as they look to authenticate and identify more endpoints—and protect networks and subscribers from malware and malevolent agents seeking to exploit these endpoints.

This problem of IoT authentication and identification parallels the same challenges that service providers are facing on a different front with Caller ID services. On Wednesday, April 29, 2014 at 2:00pm EST, we’ll take an in-depth look at where Caller ID and IoT intersect during the webinar, Building Trust and Credibility Forward: From IoT to Caller ID.

Presenters Brian Partridge of 451 Research, Max Meyers of Deloitte Consulting LLP, and Joe McNulty of Neustar will discuss the challenges and the opportunities surrounding secure, trusted IoT and Caller ID services. Topics covered will include:

  • How machine-to-machine (M2M) communications will evolve into the Internet of Things
  • What it will take to deliver a secure, trusted IoT experience
  • Why it’s crucial for trust and credibility to be built across communications
  • How to ensure confidence in navigating the communications landscape of tomorrow

Trust and credibility are the convergence point for today’s communications and the future. Register today to attend this free webinar and find out what you can be doing today to ensure that subscribers have trust and confidence in your network—and how to turn that experience into a revenue generator and competitive differentiator.