IoT (Internet of Things) SIG (Special Interest Group) Launch Topic Security for Ambient Assisted Living Multi-factor Authentication in the Internet of Things

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IoT (Internet of Things) SIG (Special Interest Group) Launch

Topic: Security for Ambient Assisted Living Multi-factor Authentication in the Internet of Things

Will describe mechanisms for achieving strong, multi-factor authentication in Ambient Assisted Living environments. These mechanisms rely on biometric-based technologies to provide information security and privacy in the Internet of Things. The importance of user choice and ease of use of authentication methods in achieving universal access to services in assistive environments is described. Cryptographic algorithm and protocol solutions that depend on a Public Key Infrastructure for the protection of sensitive information are discussed. Lighter weight alternatives are then proposed that use authenticated key exchange to combat phishing and other attacks and provide mutual authentication and data confidentiality

Speaker

Phil Griffin
ISSA Fellow, CISM

Phillip is a CISM and ISSA Fellow and IEEE Senior Member with over 20 years of information assurance experience. Phil has served as a trusted security adviser, security architect, and consultant with leading corporations. He has acted as committee chair, editor, and head of delegation in the development of US national and international security standards, and he currently serves on the ISSA Educational Advisory Council and the ISSA Journal Editorial Advisory Board. His current work encompasses encryption technologies, access control, and biometric information security management policy. Phil has nine U.S. patents at the intersection of biometrics, RFID, and information security, a number of academic and professional technical publications, and he has spoken at leading security conferences around the world.



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  • Starts 23 October 2015 07:00 AM
  • Ends 01 December 2015 07:00 AM
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Phillip H. Griffin

Phillip H. Griffin of Griffin Information Security Raleigh NC

Topic:

Security for Ambient Assisted Living Multi-factor Authentication in the Internet of Things

Will describe mechanisms for achieving strong, multi-factor authentication in Ambient Assisted Living environments. These mechanisms rely on biometric-based technologies to provide information security and privacy in the Internet of Things. The importance of user choice and ease of use of authentication methods in achieving universal access to services in assistive environments is described. Cryptographic algorithm and protocol solutions that depend on a Public Key Infrastructure for the protection of sensitive information are discussed. Lighter weight alternatives are then proposed that use authenticated key exchange to combat phishing and other attacks and provide mutual authentication and data confidentiality

Biography:

Phil Griffin
ISSA Fellow, CISM

Phillip is a CISM and ISSA Fellow Senior IEEE Member with over 20 years of information assurance experience. Phil has served as a trusted security adviser, security architect, and consultant with leading corporations. He has acted as committee chair, editor, and head of delegation in the development of US national and international security standards, and he currently serves on the ISSA Educational Advisory Council and the ISSA Journal Editorial Advisory Board. His current work encompasses encryption technologies, access control, and biometric information security management policy. Phil has nine U.S. patents at the intersection of biometrics, RFID, and information security, a number of academic and professional technical publications, and he has spoken at leading security conferences around the world.

Phillip H. Griffin of Griffin Information Security Raleigh NC

Topic:

Security for Ambient Assisted Living Multi-factor Authentication in the Internet of Things

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Address:Raleigh, North Carolina, United States





Agenda

Food and Networking

IEEE IoT Introduction

Security for Ambient Assisted Living Multi-factor Authentication in the Internet of Things - Phil Griffin

Additional topic TBD