Doris Altenkamp has over 15 years of professional experience in information security and ICT. She has consulted with organisations in various industries, translating changing information security requirements and regulations into security management architectures and solutions aligned with business needs and corporate goals. She led the Security Technology Workshop at the ISF Grey Chapter. Doris has worked as an information security professional and security facilitator in various leadership roles for over 20 years.
She has a degree in Computer Science from Saarland University, Saarbrücken and has conducted extensive research and published material on coding theory.
Internet of Things (IoT) – Opportunity and Challenge
Our physical world is about to be impacted by digitalization. Big data drawn from sensory information and translated into actions triggered by applications, belonging to the “remotely Track, Route, Command and Control (TRCC)” suite of applications introduced with IoT, are about to profoundly impact the world around us and our digital and personal life. As individuals and enterprises we need to understand, become aware and define strategies to benefit and cope with this profound change.
This paper is introductory and establishes a basic understanding of key components of IoT, the Information Security aspect of it and invites to a dialogue about strategies and best practice that can enable us to become responsible actors within the IoT Ecosystem.