Securing the Networks and Servers in the IoT's Nervous System
Easily overlooked, the all-important central nervous system behind the IoT is made up of computers, servers and networks. The conventional approach to IoT security focuses on devices—such as sensors and motors—that are connected to networks. Yet, most recent IoT attacks exploit security gaps in the actual servers, networks, or the cloud.
In this webinar, we will explain why and how attackers target IoT networks and servers. We will also look at how you can use proven technologies to make your IoT networks and servers more resistant to attacks.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- More about typical security threats facing IoT networks and servers
- About recommended countermeasures such as secured firmware updates
- More about real attacks that actually took place and successful defense strategies
Who should attend?
Design engineers and managers, system architects and engineers involved in product or system development for IoT networks, servers or cloud computing systems
Steve Hanna, Senior Principal Technical Marketing, Infineon Technologies
On a global basis, he is responsible for Trusted Computing strategy and for finding new markets and applications for hardware security. Mr. Hanna has a deep background in information security, especially in software and systems. He is an inventor or co-inventor on 43 issued patents, the author of innumerable standards and white papers, and a regular speaker at industry events such as the RSA Conference. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Harvard University.
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