Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity Challenges

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Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are changing how humans interact with the world.  While we focus on the benefits and new opportunities, there are a growing number of cybersecurity challenges that aren’t always as clear.  Some of those challenges apply in the same ways to multiple types of IoT devices and technologies, and others are specific to single sectors of IoT or single use cases, like the impact of IoT on National Security Systems. This talk will address some of the overarching cybersecurity challenges and identify components that will need additional focus as IoT technologies continue to evolve.



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  • Date: 30 Mar 2022
  • Time: 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM
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Nicole Newmeyer

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Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity Challenges

Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are changing how humans interact with the world.  While we focus on the benefits and new opportunities, there are a growing number of cybersecurity challenges that aren’t always as clear.  Some of those challenges apply in the same ways to multiple types of IoT devices and technologies, and others are specific to single sectors of IoT or single use cases, like the impact of IoT on National Security Systems. This talk will address some of the overarching cybersecurity challenges and identify components that will need additional focus as IoT technologies continue to evolve.

Biography:

Nicole Newmeyer is the Technical Director for NSA Internet of Things (IoT) Integration. She is a graduate of the Agency's Senior Technical Development Program, focused on understanding the impact of Internet of Things technologies.  Ms. Newmeyer has held technical leadership positions in both the signals intelligence and cybersecurity missions at NSA.  She holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and is working toward a M.S. in Technology Intelligence at the National Intelligence University. She is a co-chair for NSA’s Women in Technology group, a component of the Women’s Employee Resource Group, and is an active advocate, leader, and mentor; she has been recognized for her focus on mentoring and working to grow the next generation of technologists at NSA.

An active member of and advocate for IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE), Ms. Newmeyer has spoken at the last two IEEE WIE Forum East conferences (2017, 2018) on topics including confidence, communication, and self-efficacy.