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Panel: IOT: Engendering Trust Throughout the Lifecycle
Wednesday, 9 December 2015
13:30 - 15:00
Chair: Joe Jarzombek, DHS
Moderator: Joe Jarzombek, Director for Software & Supply Chain Assurance, US Department of Homeland Security
Carol Woody, Technical Manager Cybersecurity Engineering, Software Engineering Institute
Ian Bryant, Technical Director, UK Trustworthy Software Initiative
Nadya Bartol, Vice President Industry Affairs and Cybersecurity Strategy, Utilities Telecom Council
The Internet of Things (IOT) will inevitably lead to a massive proliferation of a variety of types of connected devices across multiple environment (domestic, commercial and industrial).
This will further increase the complexity of the cyber environment, with a consequent need to move away from the historic “IT” view to one of “IOCT” (Information, Operations and Consumer Technologies), factoring in the differing deployment and support approaches inherent from the latter stovepipes, in particular the relative lack of availability of the sort of through-life management approaches and technologies expected with the enterprise IT environments.
This Panel will consider the likely challenges and potential solutions necessary to engender Trust throughout the Lifecycle for this wider IOT domain.
Joe Jarzombek will consider the question of the extended supply chain for IOT technologies and related software, and whether common good practices can be engendered across these communities
Carol Woody will consider the question of how the requirements for system quality can be determined in the context of IOT technologies and related software, including the application of the SEI SQUARE methodology
Ian Bryant will consider the question of how the development of IOT technologies and related software can be carried out in a trustworthy manner, including the application of the Trustworthy Software Framework (TSF)
Nadya Bartol will consider the question of how the IOT technologies and related software are deployed and maintained in a trusted manner, with particular reference to the needs of the utility sectors