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Security for the IOT

    

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Presenter: Ed Custeau FIEAust, CPEng (ITEE, CLM), EngExec, CISSP | Security Specialist, Telecommunications-Defence, Spiral Systems 

What you'll learn

  • Core principles of cybersecurity
  • Implications for the Internet of Things
  • Standards relevant to IOT security

Description: Cybersecurity, as a discipline, is applied to IoT devices and systems in the same way that it gets applied to any other information or communication device or system. However, some peculiarities pertaining to IoT, such as its expected proliferation and pervasiveness in everyday life, does call for special attention.

New Standards have recently emerged from Underwriters Laboratories (UL) in the US, the so called UL-2900 series, which address various aspects of  Cybersecurity for Network-Connectable Products. Where do these standards fit in? Do they add value to the already crowded and endless list of cybersecurity standards, schemes and certifications? 

In his presentation, Ed will provide an overview of these standards developed to specifically address IoT Cybersecurity. The presentation will show how similar these standards are to other security standards at a fundamental level and explore ways to use them (or not!).

About the presenter: In 2010, Ed founded Spiral Systems, a boutique consulting firm specialised in applying Systems Engineering Methodologies to Cyber Security. He is also a long standing member of the Systems Engineers Society of Australia (SESA) and member of the ITEE College Board and ITEE Victoria Branch.


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