September 7, 2016-The Internet of Broken Things

On 7 September at 10 at Politecnico di Milano in Aula De Donato, Piazza Leonardo Da Vinci, 32, in Milan, Tech and Law Center is pleased to co-organize the event titled “The Internet of Broken Things”.

The Internet of Things is upon us: by 2020, estimates say over 50 billion devices will be connected to some form of local or global network. Unfortunately, it seems that the Things we want to network are broken and insecure. What are the challenges across different domains (automotive, avionics, industrial controls)? What are the potential solutions, from a regulatory and technical standpoint?

Program

09.30 doors open

10.00 Introduction and greeting – prof. Donatella Sciuto, vice-rector of Politecnico di Milano

10.15 Automotive security: challenges and perspectives – Eric Evenchick, Linklayer Lab

11.15 break

11.30 Real-life experiences in avionics security assessment – Andrea Barisani, Inverse Path

12.30 networking lunch

14.00 Security in Industry 4.0: Control Systems and Robots – Prof. Stefano Zanero, Politecnico di Milano

15.00 Legal Framework and Policy Perspectives – Prof. Giuseppe Vaciago, University of Como – Uninsubria; Francesca Bosco, UNICRI

16.30 Roundtable discussion: the State of Security in IoT

Eric Evenchick, Linklayer Labs

Giuseppe Vaciago, Uninsubria

Francesca Bosco, UNICRI

Stefano Zanero, Politecnico di Milano

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Eric Evenchick, Automotive security: challenges and perspectives 

Andrea Barisani, Real-life experiences in avionics security assessment

Stefano Zanero, Security in Industry 4.0: Control Systems and Robots

Giuseppe Vaciago and Francesca Bosco, Legal Framework and Policy Perspectives

 

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