The UK is set to be the first country to legislate on IoT security. Read more about this significant development in a blog published by Copper Horse CEO David Rogers: Legislating for Security in Consumer IoT.
Read more about the background to the legislation on the UK Government (Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport) website.
We talked about this, and wider issues of cybersecurity, with the UltraSoC team and David Rogers, at our Cybersecurity Innovation Meetup which was held on Thursday (30th January) in Bristol, UK.
On the webinar David Rogers discussed historical security measures and failures of hundreds of years that can help instruct the future of security design for hardware in connected devices.
With one foot in the past and a visionary eye on the future, David Rogers MBE gives an entertaining and informative talk about historical security measures and failures over hundreds of years that can help instruct the future of security design for hardware in connected devices.
The webinar walked through specific examples and techniques from history for providing security and defence and relate it to the cybersecurity world of today and attacks in the connected device and services world across many different types of business sector. It also covered the techniques needed for the future and how attackers will adapt to existing best practice for hardware security. The webinar discussed how best to approach this continual change in the security landscape and how to manage it.
Why static defences fail
The importance of strength in depth
Why monitoring is crucial and how to do it
What the future of hardware security looks like and how it is likely to develop