When: May 28, 2020 | 6 p.m. Central Europian Summer Time(UTC+02)
Dynamic Trust Models for Mobility during Lifecycle
Smart City infrastructure and interconnected mobility requires to build dynamic meshes of "things". Based on use case, location and events things need to interconnect and to exchange data.
But interconnecting in terms of cybersecurity is in need to negotiate the trust level of all parties entering the communication mesh. Trust levels are needed to decide, if data sets are used for e.g. machine learning algorithm or digital twins. Trust is not an unlimited determined item, it is negotiated based on experience, reputation, information and time. This talk will present architectures for dynamic trust models based on decentralized networks and homomorphic cryptographic models.
About the Presenter:
Mirko Ross, born 1972, is an internationally recognized activist, expert, speaker, publicist and researcher in the field of Cyber Security and the Internet of Things. At the age of 14, he began investigating vulnerabilities in IT systems. Instead of a career as a hacker, he decided to found during his studies his first company digital worx, focusing on Internet software development. Mirko is a member of the Expert Group on Internet Security of Things of the European Cyber Security Agency ENISA and advises the EU Commission as an expert. He is also active in international committees and research projects in the field of cyber security and blockchain technologies: MITASSIST (ehealth wearable), IoTCrawler (secure search in IoT assests, i4Sec secure IoT applications for industry). Mirko is still closely associated with the positive hacker attitude and maker movement and promotes non-profit projects in the field of Open Data and IT education. In 2018 he founded a new company, asvin.io, with the aim of increasing cyber security in the Internet of Things and providing software solutions for this purpose. Mirko lives in the countryside and works in Stuttgart.
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