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The Critical Lowdown Podcast Episode 6

Securing IoT Devices to avoid an Internet of Trouble

Haydn Povey - Secure Thingz with EPS Global

The Internet of Things is one of the world’s fastest evolving technologies. There is 22 billion devices in circulation around the globe, with that number set to increase by 15 billion in the next 3 years. However, as the number of these connected devices surge so do the attack surfaces for potential bad actors.

Over the next two episodes of The Critical Lowdown we are going to ask, “With increased connectivity in consumer, medical, industrial, and critical infrastructure domains, just how do we guarantee trust and privacy in a hyper-connected world of devices, and how can manufacturers ensure the Internet of Things does not become the Internet of Trouble.

Last week the CEO of EPS Global, Colin Lynch sat down with Hayden Povey, founder and CEO of Secure Thingz and the Chief Strategy Officer at IAR Systems, to discuss the topic of IOT security. Hayden has just returned from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where he has been acting in an advisory role on the key requirements for security of connected devices, and on the future minimum standards.

In part one, Colin and Hayden discuss the landscape of IOT security, real world implications and what governments around the world are doing about it. Let’s jump right in.

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Glossary of Terms:

  • Secure Thingz: Global domain experts in device security, embedded systems, and lifecycle management.
  • IoT: Internet of Things
  • PTSI: Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure
  • GDPR: General Data Protection Regulation
  • ETSI: European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations
  • EN 303 645: European Standard for Cyber Security for Consumer Internet of Things

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