Today at the RSA Conference 2017 in San Francisco, our Chief Internet Technology Officer Olaf Kolkman will be speaking as part of a panel on:
The abstract of the session is:
The rise of IoT has brought forth a new generation of devices and services representing significant innovation, yet all too many ship insecure and are not supported over their life. They have become proxies for abuse with a capacity for causing significant harm. Can we wait for industry and stakeholders to adopt trust frameworks and seal programs or do we need government to step in?
The panel starts at 8:00am Pacific (UTC-8) in the Moscone North 130 room. Unfortunately it is not being live streamed, but you can follow our @InternetSociety account on Twitter for live updates.
As background reading related to Internet of Things (IoT) security, I suggest:
- The Internet of Things: An Overview - Understanding the Issues and Challenges of a More Connected World - our IoT report that examines security and privacy challenges
- Trust isn't easy: Drawing an agenda from Friday's DDoS Attack and the Internet of Things - a blog post from Olaf about the October 2016 DDoS attack
- Collaborative Security: An approach to tackling Internet security issues
- Responsible Disclosure from a Collaborative Security Perspective
If you are there at the RSA Conference today, please do visit this session and engage in the discussion.
If you are a journalist and would like to speak with Olaf more about this topic, please contact Allesandra Desantillana who is at the RSA Conference and can assist in connecting you with Olaf.
Please also watch this blog as we plan to post more information after the event.