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INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) Webinar – Nottingham and Derby Branch
April 20, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
THIS IS NOW A WEBINAR EVENT.
This event will look at some of the security challenges, and the industry activities to mitigate the risks, leading to the anticipate widespread use of automated vehicles by 2027 and “IoT devices are not a product, they’re a risk in a box.”
A joint event:BCS Nottingham & Derby and Chartered Institute of Information Security (CIISEC) East Midlands
Colin Robbins – East Midlands Chair of CIISEC a NCSC certified Security and Information Risk Adviser (Lead CCP) and Security Auditor (Senior CCP).
David Alexander- coauthor of ‘Information Security Management Principles’* a Senior Security Architect and expert on IoT security
6.30pm: Registration & Refreshments
7.05pm: Colin will begin his presentation
7.45pm: Break for refreshments
8.00pm: David will begin his presentation
8.45pm: Panel (for Q&A)
9.00pm: Meeting ends
Colin’s talk will look at some of the security challenges, and the industry activities to mitigate the risks, leading to the anticipate widespread use of automated vehicles by 2027. “The modern car has been described by a leading manufacturer as an “iPhone on wheels”, which when you add all the compute elements to enable autonomous driving is a significant underestimate, more so when multiplied by many different manufacturers! With such an array of processing onboard, as well as 5G and vehicle to vehicle connectivity, the risk of a cyber security attack could lead to catastrophic consequences.”
David’s talk will explain “IoT devices are not a product, they’re a risk in a box.” In the race, to minimise unit and support costs and time to market, the security functionality is often the first casualty. Too many organisations have not fully considered the risks that occur after deployment for the full product/service lifecycle. The age-old management mantra of ‘faster, better & cheaper’ needs to include the words ‘and an acceptable level of risk’. David can also speak about autonomous vehicles (that are not all that autonomous) and the logistics of upgrading several millions of vehicles distributed around the world.