The current goal is to make administration activities based on open networks more modern and efficient, while at the same time ensuring adequate levels of information security and data protection. We will demonstrate how this can work.
In the new value chains which have emerged thanks to Industry 4.0, people, machines, production plants, business processes, products and services are increasingly interconnected and are thus constantly creating an exchanging a flood of valuable data. That is why information and data security have a key role in Industry 4.0.
Thanks to the increasing interconnection of household devices with homes and their occupants and to follow-on concepts such as Ambient Assisted Living or daily energy requirement management, it is now possible to offer completely new services. Here, the protection of privacy and data security will be of enormous importance. Are we sufficiently prepared for these developments?
In everyday matters, both professional and personal, we increasingly need to access local or network-based services for which identity authentication is required. Identity theft and illegal wiretapping have become a major obstacle which can only be overcome by means of secure eIdentity solutions.
One of the biggest challenges in mobile payment is how to store sensitive data safely without compromising user-friendliness. The debate is still going on about whether biometrics or other new solutions such as Host Card Emulation can be useful in this area.
The question which people are now asking – and one of the main challenges facing transport companies across Europe – is no longer “How do I get from bus station A to train station B?” but rather “How do I get from my own home to the front door of the company I want to visit?” If we are to find a solution, we will need secure and intelligently devised procedures in the logistics and ticketing sectors.
Internet of Secured Things
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IT Security / KRITIS
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