IoT KnowHow: Securing Your Connected Technology
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The Internet of Things is already changing the way that products are designed and indeed how businesses operate. So, if you are involved with connected technology you need to understand how to overcome the challenges it brings.
This webinar will help you to understand the constraints and challenges of the IoT and looks in particular at security and how to build secure IoT systems.
1. What is the IoT?
2. Why is the IoT different from that which came before?
Engineering Challenges of the IoT
Challenges in combination
3. Robustness, Safety, Security, Privacy and Integrity
Why they're not the same; why they all matter.
4. The challenge of Security
So many things can go wrong
5. What can be done to address security?
Guidance is available from multiple organisations
Organisations and publications
Introduction to IoT Security Foundation material
Make it safe to connect
Best practice guides
Aspects of the webinar will be demonstrated using STM32 secure hardware from STMicroelectronics.
Webinar Presenter: Roger Shepherd is a Cyber Security Consultant and Founder of Chipless Ltd. (one of the organisations that established the IoT Security Foundation in 2015). Roger has worked in the electronics industry for 38 years and, as well as IoT Security, he specialises in Computer & Systems Architecture and Parallel Systems & Processors.
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