Wi-Fi network security presentations are often about breaking the link level (radio) encryption or deploying evil twin Wi-Fi access points to perform man-in-the-middle attacks. This presentation focuses instead to the security and privacy in Wi-Fi roaming, offloading and federated networks, where there are different issues and vectors to utilise or defend against.
Karri Huhtanen has worked over 25 years with Wi-Fi network and roaming security in the service of device and network equipment vendors, service providers, universities and now leads a company developing products used by global customers for network authentication, authorisation and accounting as well as improving cybersecurity by those means. Karri has been developing global eduroam since beginning and in addition now also works with OpenRoaming and IETF standardisation. He is an engineer first, but can disguide himself as a managing director if and when needed.