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Ericsson Garage Lund Tech Talk: IoT Security
juni 5, 2018 @ 08:00 - 17:00
Ericsson Garage Lund Tech Talks
The innovation platform Ericsson Garage Lund will host several Tech talks during the spring. The focus will be on the technologies Ericsson in Lund have been part of developing. We want to engage with external companies to inspire digitalization with cellular technologies and exploring opportunities for developing joint innovation projects.
Our mission is taking new ideas from lightbulb moment to commercial viability, creating ground-breaking solutions to real world problems or just to exploring new technologies and applications together. In our Garage we have LTE, Cat-M1, NB-IoT, LoRa and WiFi connectivity available for any project that we run. We also have our private cloud infrastructure that is run by Ericsson Research in Lund.
We wish you welcome to our second Tech talk June the 5:th at 15.00-17.00 CET!
Patrik Ekdahl will present the different security aspects that need to be considered in order to achieve a secure device and eco-system. We will also touch upon different possibilities to securely store credentials as well as using ideas from blockchains in order to create a more dynamic identity infrastructure.
After the technical talk we will show a concept demo in the Ericsson Garage Lund showing smart PKI using smart contracts
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) solutions are a cornerstone to realize security in many products. Current solutions are static and creates silos of trust. A more dynamic way of managing PKI based credentials in highly dynamic cloud and IoT environments is needed, and at the same time, such a solution must also handle coexistence with other id technologies. We show how we through smart contracts from block chains can support much greater flexibility, provide self-sovereignty for identities and trusted ways to handle identities from different domains.
15.00-15.45 IoT Security
Patrik Ekdahl from Ericsson Research talks about IoT security
16.00-17.00 Demo in the Ericsson Garage
About the speaker
Patrik joined Ericsson Research in 2007 and his research interests include platform security, trusted execution environments and cryptography. Patrik holds an M.Sc. in EE and a Ph.D. in Cryptology, from Lund University. His Ph.D. thesis includes the co-authored work on the stream cipher SNOW, which in a modified version is the primary air encryption algorithm for LTE.