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Engineering Secure IoT Systems: Applying the New Federal Guidelines!

  • Start Garden

    40 Pearl, NW, Suite 200, Grand Rapids, MI (map)

    42.966133 -85.669830

  • The importance of secure systems to economic and national security has become abundantly clear. Engineering-based solutions are essential to managing the growing complexities and potential vulnerabilities of the Internet of Things.

    Engineer Tom Cruttenden of Heartland Engineering, engineer Matt Simms of Simms Electronics, and tech attorney and former software developer Elliott Church of the law firm Kreis Enderle will summarize and discuss recently-released guidelines and standards from the National Institute of Standards and Technology on on how to develop more secure IoT systems. The talk will cover (a) the legal framework and implications, (b) the recommended system- and software-engineering methods, practices, and techniques, and (c) specific examples of real-world products and challenges, including a retrofit example.

    Thanks to Start Garden and the Seamless Consortium for providing our venue!

    Pizza will be served at 7 PM.

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