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Friday, February 20 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Security in the IoT World - Ned Smith, Intel

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The emerging Internet of Things presents a complex and challenging environment from a security perspective. This is due in part to the large number of highly-constrained, connected devices, being used in roles where a successful attack can have immediate real-world ramifications. To address these challenges, the Open Interconnect Consortium is developing a scalable, interoperable security standard, which provides maximum assurance for the capabilities of a given device.

This talk will focus on the near-term roadmap for OIC security: interfaces, protocols, and objects. It will also provide a conceptual explanation of OIC resource model, bootstrap, provisioning and lifecycle. Ned will also provide a longer term vision for IoT security, and identify several gaps that exist today, which stand in the way of realizing this vision.


Ned Smith

Principal Security Architect, Intel
Ned Smith is an active contributor to the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) and chairs the Security, Privacy and Identity working group in the IPSO Alliance. He has several publications on topics that include trusted computing, full disk encryption, virtualization of trusted computing... Read More →

Friday February 20, 2015 10:00am - 10:50am PST
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