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28th May 2020
Online via Zoom

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Addressing risks to drive IoT adoption

Put the kettle on and join us for a catch up on a different IoT related discussion topic each week while our staff work from home during the COVID-19 outbreak.

This session, led by CENSIS members Cade Wells and Norman Mackenzie, will explore the security and resilience of IoT supply chains.

How can IoT supply chains be managed to ensure every electronic component in a product is safe and secure? How do we ensure counterfeit chips don’t find their way into IoT gateways? How do we avoid malicious software updates that might lead to personal details being leaked?

This week we’ll be talking about the security of IoT systems and components, and building further trust in IoT systems to bring about greater IoT adoption. Related topics might include IP theft, counterfeiting, introducing malicious hardware and software in operational environments.

This chat will be of most interest to IoT component and product designers, manufacturers,  and distributors. Owners and service operators might also be interested, e.g., local authorities, the NHS and other public sector organisations.

How can I join?

The event will take place online using Zoom. Simply contact us by email if you’re interested and we’ll send you details of how to join in. You can join using audio or video, and you are very much encouraged to join in the conversation to add your own thoughts or ask questions.

Numbers are kept low for these events to ensure everyone can participate and ask questions, so don’t delay if you want to join us.