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Security, Privacy and Resilience in the Internet of Health Things
March 27 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cyberattacks are constantly ravaging valuable data, wasting time and costly resources, and negatively affecting the reputation of companies and institutions worldwide. Big, high-profile organizations have suffered the consequences of cyberattacks with high impact on the organizations themselves, their customers, collaborators, and society in general. We are in the era of ubiquitous systems; we expect more than 75 billion devices or smart things connected by 2025. We observe the design of different solutions to tackle this problem. However, how is academia addressing the sophistication in cyberattacks? Are we able to anticipate the next moves of attackers to protect our information assets? How could academia benefit from the data generated in the network, to create security intelligence, and prevent attacks? This talk intends to elicit a discussion around these questions and present an overview of correlated research developed by Dr. Nogueira’s research team, and future directions in these topics.
Speaker(s): Michele Nogueira,
Room: Bi214/215, Bldg: Library, Av. Eugenio Garza Sada 2501, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, 64849