David Puron is a telecommunications engineer, serial entrepreneur and maker, with more than 20 years of experience working with technology. He started his career as software developer and international standards delegate in the telco carrier Telefonica, where he had a rapid promotion getting to be the Open Mobile Alliance Requirements Group Chairman for two years.
He jumped in 2009 to the device manufacturer side, working in big companies - such as Huawei - and startups - such as Geeksphone. In 2014, David co-founded the joint venture "Blackphone", the first privacy oriented mobile device manufacturer that won the TIME Magazine's Best 25 Inventions of 2014, Best of MWC 2014 Award by PC Magazine and Top 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2014 by MIT Technology Review among other awards.
In the recent years, David has become more and more active in the Internet of Things ecosystem, and currently he is running TipTap Labs as Managing Director and CTO. TipTap Labs is a software development company specialized in secure connected devices, including IoT, wearables and smartphones.
David has become more and more active in the Internet of Things ecosystem, and currently he is running Barbara IoT as Managing Director and CTO. Barbara IoT mission is to make IoT deployements easy and secure.