Cybersecurity and the Internet of things
SECURING THE IOT
The Internet of Things (IoT) and the resulting Big Data derived from these "things" is expected to produce measurable business outcomes in the trillions of dollars. IoT is already proving itself to produce new revenue growth, operational efficiency, and increased customer satisfaction.
Beyond the numbers, IoT changes how "things" work. IoT architecture depends upon solid systems engineering principles to handle its unique scale, safety, reliability, security and privacy requirements. Security remains a roadblock to its widespread adoption.
The Cybersecurity & IoT special event on March 19 will contain two parts:
PART 1: A discussion of the various perspectives on IoT security: Architectural frameworks, standards requirements, interoperability, systems assurance, cybersecurity, and data governance.
PART 2: A one-hour poster session for OMG® working groups to present information on standards impacting IoT and security followed by an expert panel discussing the needs, requirements, and priorities for securing IoT. The role of standards in securing IoT will be discussed.
- The Safe, Secure, Reliable Industrial Internet: A Standards Story - Robert Martin, Senior Principal Engineer, Cyber Security Partnerships, The MITRE Corporation
Steering Committee Member, Industrial Internet Consortium
- The Coming Swarm: Autonomous Drones - Lieutenant Commander Rollie J. Wicks, U.S. Navy and Dr. Jeff Smith, Multi Agency Collaboration Environment (MACE)
- Update on NTIA Initiatives on IoT Vulnerabilities: Security Updatability and Software Component Transparency - Dr. Allan Friedman, Director of Cybersecurity Initiatives, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, US Department of Commerce
- Code Quality Standards and Technical Debt Management - Dr. Bill Curtis, SVP and Chief Scientist, CAST, Executive Director, Consortium for Information & Software Quality (CISQ)
- IoT Architecture and Risk Analytics - Dr. Nick Mansourov, CTO, KDM Analytics