Standards for the internet of things [final]

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  • 1. Standards for the Internetof ThingsNed Prutzer, Aleksandra Liaplina, AmirZonozi, and Meng He
  • 2. • The internet of things describes a new era of computing.• We can give devices new potential through the internet of things.• The number of users’ devices on the network is rapidly growing.Background
  • 3. Example: The SmartFridge
  • 4. • RFIDs enable computers to keep an inventory of devices.• EPCs call back to information on databases without barcodes.RFIDs and EPCs
  • 5. • The ONS searches for information on devices through servers.• The DNS draws from public infrastructure while the ONS operates from private infrastructure.The EPCglobalNetwork: ONS v. DNS
  • 6. • What about security, identity management, and standardization?• Response: too young to standardize just yet.• Should the internet of things be left to the private sector?The EU Commission
  • 7. • The internet of things could boost business revenue by $14.4 trillion.• IP rights and competition are also in play.What’s in it forStakeholders?
  • 8. Case Study: EPCIS
  • 9. EPCIS=EPC information servicesEnable users to capture, secure and accessEPC-related data via a uniform interface.What is EPCIS?
  • 10. EPC Event Data• EPC• Time• Read points• Business Locations• Business steps• Disposition• Business transaction timeStandardized Data
  • 11. • Provides standard• Security is a core conceptWhy is it valuable?
  • 12. 1) Interoperability2) Intellectual Property Protection3) Commercialization4) Making Consumer Better Off5) PrivacyFor IoT Standards
  • 13. Against IoT Standards
  • 14. Understanding it
  • 15. Security Risks
  • 16. Privacy Risks
  • 17. Malicious use
  • 18. Misuse by Brands
  • 19. Fragmentation drivesinnovation