IEEE Cyber Security Webinar | End-to-End Security for the IoT by Dr Shahram Mossayebi
For a typical IoT (Internet of Things) device, different companies might be responsible for building the parts, writing the firmware, managing the device remotely, and providing updated code. Since each party is solving a separate problem, it is easy for security aspects to fall through the cracks.
This webinar will discuss how having a single party take responsibility for the end-to-end security of the device, from manufacture to life-cycle management, protects against security threats resulting from the fragmentation of the IoT space.
About the Speaker
Before founding Crypto Quantique, Shahram worked as a self-employed cybersecurity consultant and as a security solutions architect at CyNation, a risk management company. Of his current role, he says, “After years working in the cybersecurity industry, I have seen how companies are continually choosing between expensive and complex security or highly scaled systems without meaningful protection. Recognising the need for a holistic solution that is easy-to-use at scale yet delivers robust and reliable security for everything from connected cars to high-end consumer goods, I founded Crypto Quantique.”
Shahram, who lives in London, holds an MSc in Information Security and a PhD in Post-Quantum Cryptography, both from Royal Holloway, University of London.