Internet of Secure Things (IOST): Utility/Industry Grade Security of Network Connected Devices (Internet of Things Applications USA 2015)

Dr Peter Fuhr, Distinguished Scientist
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
United States
 

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プレゼンテーション概要

Meetings with numerous utilities and industries reveal a suite of questions that frequently arise regarding secure connect/disconnect of IoT devices into their networks, such as: "The internet-of-things (IoT) will come to be the dominant form factor for sensors and communications devices used in utility and industrial settings. We see grid modernization via IoT. The consumer-focused IoT activities do not represent a coherent strategy in place to address how these devices/data are securely integrated into our systems." This presentation will address these needs and describe potential solutions.

講演者の経歴 (Peter Fuhr)

Dr. Peter Fuhr has been involved in industrial wireless, sensors, and secure systems for 30+ years as a NASA space optical physicist, university professor, and serial entrepreneur. Dr. Fuhr, Distinguished Scientist, Measurement Science and System Engineering Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory serves as the Co-chair of The Secure Infrastructure Controls Society, is the Director of the Association for Advanced Agricultural Technology, is the co-founder and past Chairman of the Wireless Industrial Networking Alliance, is the co-founder of ISA100 - The Standard for Industrial Wireless and is the co-chair of ISA's Communication Division.

会社紹介 (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

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