The February DC612 meeting will be held inside the banquet room at Elsie’s Bar and Bowling Alley in NE Minneapolis on Thursday, February 9th. This month Donald Schleede is going to be doing a test run of the talk he has submitted for Secure 360 titled “Device Security”. Below is the abstract of his talk:
It is forecasted within the next five (5) years that the Internet will not only be a worldwide connection of computers, but a interconnection of everyday devices that we use. These devices will include your coffee maker, your thermostat, your bathroom scale, your pill bottles, and other common devices within your home, car, and work environments. These devices will have access to critical personal information as well as the ability to control the environment around us. With the future explosion of these devices connected to the Internet, how will we secure the devices and protect our information? In this presentation, I will describe the main security concerns of devices from current device customers, including the current guidance on how to secure devices in different vertical markets that need to meet either PCI, HIPPA, or NERC/CIP requirements. We will also discuss some current and proposed architectural designs for device security, and the challenges we face with these designs.
6:00PM-6:30PM – Order food and drinks
6:30PM-???? – Donald Schleede
See you Thursday!