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LiveWorx 2017

Cyber Lawn Darts: Standards, Best Practices and the Fight to Protect Consumers on the Internet of Things

Session Description

The growth of IoT will make the specter of cyber physical attacks - once rare - quite common, as attacks on hospitals, smart vehicles and implantable medical devices attests. The likelihood of cyber physical attacks makes it imperative that industry have clear guidelines on matters related to security and privacy. But what guidelines? And from whom? In this panel discussion, we will talk about the work that organizations have done to develop and promote cross industry standards and guidelines for securing connected devices. We will talk about some of the challenges inherent in IoT deployments: from provisioning and de-provisioning IoT devices to software updates.


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Security and Privacy
IoT
The important role that industry standards can play in raising the bar for security and privacy on Internet of Things.
Challenges in existing IoT ecosystems as relate to security and privacy.
Useful best practices and frameworks for developing and deploying IoT endpoints in a secure manner.
Panel Discussion
45 minutes
Session Schedule