I was delighted to be invited to speak at this year’s Global IoT Summit in Bilbao Spain. The GIoTS is a gathering of many of the world’s foremost IoT experts and opportunity for those working in the area to meet and exchange ideas.
Cybersecurity is of particular importance to IoT, where numeruous low-powered devices are often interfacing with and controlling critical systems in our daily lives. It is essential that these systems are secured even though the resources available on each device for security are constrained by functionality, capacity and power.
My presentation, which you can find here, sought to provide an overview of the IoT cybersecurity challenges and technologies. I focused on IPv6-based IoT solutions implemented using 6LowPAN. 6LowPAN is rapidly becoming the primary networking technology for IoT systems.
Further information on the IEEE Global IoT Summit can be found here.
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