Welcome to the IoTSI Newsletter. Our intention is to bring you regular updates on what is happening at the IoTSI. News on the framework, IoTSI chapter and member activities, events/conferences and other stuff.
The Potential and Perils of the IoT in Healthcare
Alan Mihalic IoTSI President discusses the cyber challenges facing healthcare sector with Mark Stone from IBM Security Intelligence.
The internet of things (IoT) is ever-expanding, and while this growth is bringing new capabilities and opportunities for business innovation, it also presents new challenges and security risks. And there is no greater risk than that of life or death, which is a core concern around the IoT in healthcare.
Join Nicole as she interviews cyber and privacy industry leaders on the challenges facing the IoT - IIoT Smart Eco-System
This week's Podcast:
You can't put the toothpaste back in the tube. With Vance Lockton
Vance Lockton, Manager for Digital Governance (and a privacy professional in the thick of it) at Waterfront Toronto, shares valuable perspective on the challenges of creating truly 'smart' cities and the importance of preventing privacy harm at the outset. For him, it's about knowing the objective before deciding on the means to get there. He additionally reflects on Sidewalk Labs and the 'template' nature (and newness) of a project of this type. For those interested in the intersection between public policy and digital policy, this is the episode for you!
IoTSI -MEASC Partnership provides "real world" Framework ensuring Smart Cities are built securely by Design
IoT Security Institute partner MEASC has achieved a remarkable outcome in establishing a MoU with the Egyptian government. Under the MoU Kuwait’s MEASC Safe Smart Cities will cooperate with Egyptian government agencies in the fields of digital transformation, safety and security of smart cities.
With regard to security this is where our partnership with MEASC comes into play. The IoT Security Institute will collaborate with stakeholders to provide cyber advisory services through various forms of engagement. This collaboration will include the utilization of the IoT Smart Cities and Critical Infrastructure Framework.
We are very pleased to announce the establishment of our latest IoTSI Local Chapter in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. We would like to thank Peter Stoddart for taking the lead on this initiative. Should you wish to learn more about the Riyadh Chapter or perhaps get involved, please reach out to Peter for more information.