With an exponential growth of IoT and M2M devices, enabling security is one of the single biggest challenge in these systems. Due to the complex and light-weight nature of these distributed networks, there are a large number of attack vectors that need mitigation.
In this talk, we look at recent advances in IoT and M2M systems from the point of view of cyber security. We present the challenges in securing complex systems such as the Industrial IoT networks and emphasize the importance of new metrics such as 'Trustworthiness'.
We conclude the talk by discussing some open research challenges and highlight key standards and industry forums in IoT/M2M security.
Dr. Rajeev Shorey is a Principal Scientist with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Research and Innovation. He is heading the Standards Cell within TCS. Rajeev serves as an adjunct faculty in the Computer Science & Engineering department at IIT Delhi, India. He received his Ph.D. and M.S. (Engg) in Electrical Communication Engineering from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India in 1997 and 1991 respectively. He received his B.E degree in Computer Science and Engineering from IISc, Bangalore in 1987.
Dr. Shorey’s career spans several reputed research labs – General Motors (GM) India Science Laboratory (ISL), IBM India Research Laboratory and SASKEN Technologies. He served as the first President of NIIT University from 2009 to 2013 before joining the TCS Research Labs in 2014.
Dr. Shorey’s work has resulted in more than 60 publications in international journals and conferences and several US patents, all in the area of wireless and wired networks. He has 12 issued US patents and several pending US patents to his credit. His areas of interest are Wireless Networks including 5G Networks, Telematics, IoT, Industrial IoT, IoT Security and Automotive Networks, including Automotive Cybersecurity.
For his contributions in the area of Communication Networks, Dr. Shorey was elected a Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering in 2007. Dr. Shorey was recognized by ACM as a Distinguished Scientist in December 2014. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, India and a Senior Member of IEEE.