By Ashok Ravula, Soultions Director – Core platform, Infiswift
The talk will take a look at edge device security issues for industrial devices with little computing power. It also explains the best practices and solutions for these issues (a couple examples below)
- Intrusion response for edge devices – Many end devices don’t try to detect if they’re being attacked let alone respond if they detect something wrong. How should an end device respond if being probed? How does this differ across different verticals? How can this be incorporated into other layers of security?
- How to keep long-life devices secure – Many IIoT devices can be deployed for many years in remote environments. How do we make sure they stay secure even as they become obsolete or security standards advance? Are there ways these devices can be tested to prevent them from weakening security elsewhere in the system?
Ashok Ravula is the Core Platform Solutions Director at infiswift where he leads product management building the core IoT platform and IoT products for specific industries. As an entrepreneur prior to infiswift, he founded Intellovative Technologies Inc, a software services company. Ashok developed his deep product management, development and leadership experience in software, applications, mobile, enterprise and products working at Microsoft, Nokia and Motorola. He is a Computer Science and Engineering graduate from University of Madras and holds a Masters in Project Management from George Washington University.
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