Controlling cybersecurity risks in IoT by standardization - Slides

Update 6 November 2018: Razvan Venter, Senior Certification Specialist at Secura presented about controlling cybersecurity risks in IoT by standardization during the Symposium on Securing The Internet of Things in the technology capital of Boston on Oct 30th 2018.

Please see the slides of the presentation: Controlling cybersecurity risks in IoT by standardization.


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Secura is actively involved in standardization activities, as well as a member of recognized cybersecurity organizations. This is why we can provide you with a clear overview of the most relevant publications addressing IoT cybersecurity issues. For more detailed information regarding our offered services in terms of IoT security, please check our dedicated IoT services page.

Don't forget to sign up for the upcoming free webinar on 29 November 15:00 PM CET LIVE: ICS Security: Assessing & Protecting Critical Infrastructure with Razvan and Jos Wetzel, ICS SCADA security researcher. The webinar will present the state of the art with respect to relevant standards, while focusing especially on the IEC 62443 family, as the most relevant for addressing the security needs of the whole ICS supply chain. Sign up now

IoT Symposium, October 2018

Razvan’s experience includes evaluation and certification of payment systems, network elements, biometric devices and secure hardware storage modules against standards. He will address the needs of controlling Cybersecurity Risks in IoT by Standardization. 

  • Who should drive IoT cybersecurity?
    IoT cybersecurity awareness needs to be embraced by various stakeholders, including manufacturers, regulatory bodies, security assessors and end users. How could the collaboration of these parties be the most efficient and who should drive the activities?
  • How can IoT manufacturers address the risks in an efficient, state-of-the-art manner?
    Our vision is that aligning the IoT products and their life-cycle processes to relevant standards will considerably raise the security level. The presentation will provide a clear overview on IoT standardization state-of-the-art. This will target existing frameworks and standards, highlighting their value for IoT manufacturers.
  • Our view on a dedicated IoT security regulation
    Regulatory initiatives are currently being discussed between international key stakeholders. Regulations will come with specific procedures related to the compliance process. What can be done already? A vision and concrete applicable insights to prepare the audience for the needs of future security regulations will be provided.

About the Symposium

The symposium provides a forum to discuss new developments in IoT technology, market conditions and end-user requirements that are driving innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements in governing the security of the IoT industry. To be held in the Technology Capital of Boston in October 2018, this two-day event will be packed with discussions on such topics as:

  • IoT Standards and Standardization
  • Security and Authentication with Block Chain
  • Secure Medical Devices
  • Building a Business Model for IoT
  • Industrial IoT Security
  • Securing the IoT Ecosystem
  • Connected/Smart Cities/Vehicles
  • Secure Cloud-based monitoring and control of equipment, assets, facilities & operations
  • Open Source IoT
  • Consumer IoT
  • Embedded security

Find out more about the symposium

 

 

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