Cyber threats in consumer equipment pose a great risk to society. From insecure routers and IP cameras to connected toys and smartwatches, insecure and unsafe devices are a legacy problem in the making. With the Roadmap to Digital Hard- and Software Dutch Government aims to develop an integrated approach to digital hard- and software security, with a good balance between effectiveness and flexibility. The guiding principles and main policy instruments will be presented. The second presentation will focus on one of these in an international context: certification and monitoring, with a special focus on the potential contribution of the European Radio Equipment Directive for securing the internet of things An up to date overview will be provided of the latest insights and drafts as well as of the implications for implementation, information sharing and the role users (have to) play.

Presentation

One Conference Jean Paul Van Assche

Details

time: 12:20
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