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LiveWorx 2017

Beyond Security with Identity

Session Description

In today’s environment, we are accelerating the instrumentation of the physical world, connectivity, and the use of artificial intelligence to create outcomes previously not possible. In this world, there is an increasing need for trusted data - data integrity, rights management, privacy, …. and more. More specifically, there is a growing demand to attest relationships and hence the integrity of same in a way that enables us to create outcomes based on those relationships. This requires a change in paradigm for security …… the holy grail for security has always been the possibility of “integrating identity into the silicon” – it provides a tremendous advantage over the cyber adversaries and enables feature capabilities “up the stack” not possible with traditional approaches. This presentation will provide background into global drivers and insight into the emerging needs and possible approaches to meeting them.


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Additional Information
Smart Cities
IoT
The increasing demand for connectivity and instrumentation of the physical world to achieve new outcomes is driving new requirements.
As systems become less content centric and more connectivity centric it is more difficult to determine the system perimeter and control connections increasing complexity and vulnerabilities.
As these trends continue - architectures are becoming more complex - systems of systems that cross multiple boundaries. In this environment - the need for data integrity, data rights management, privacy, the ability to support micro/nano services, monetization of data, and others are becoming as prevalent as the need for security.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
Session Schedule