[oshug] OSHUG #31 - 20th Feb.
chris.swan at iee.org
Mon Jan 6 10:18:12 UTC 2014
How about this?
Title: Security protocols in constrained environments
Abstract: implementation of security protocols such as TLS, SSH or IPsec
come with a memory and compute overhead. Whilst this has become negligible
in full scale environments it's still a real issue for hobbyist and
embedded developers. This presentation will look at the sources of the
overheads, what can be done to minimise them, and what sort of hardware
platforms can be made to absorb them. The benefits and potential pitfalls
of hardware specific implementations will also be examined.
Bio: Chris Swan is CTO at CohesiveFT where he helps build secure cloud
based networks. He's previously been a security guy at large Swiss banks,
and before that was a Weapon Engineering Officer in the Royal Navy. Chris
has tinkered with electronics since pre school, and these days has a desk
littered with various dev boards and projects.
On 5 January 2014 10:57, Andrew Back <arback at computer.org> wrote:
> On 5 January 2014 09:10, Chris Swan <chris.swan at iee.org> wrote:
> > If you're still looking for a third speaker then I could maybe work
> > something up on the challenges of doing security protocols like
> > TLS/SSH/IPsec in resource constrained environments.
> Sounds good! I can see this could be a particular concern with sensor
> networks, where lack of appropriate security could give away a lot
> about you, e.g. movements, what you're doing and so on.
> Do you think you might be able to send across a talk, brief abstract
> and current bio in the next couple of days or so?
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