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IoT - Big Data & Security
MWC Smart Cities Seminar
Telefónica IoT
Feb 2017
IoT-Big Data and Security in Smart Cities
Security
IoT
Big Data
Open and horizontal platforms
A rich and dynamic ecosystem
API and data model harmonization
TEF IoT-Big Data Smart City Pi...
Open and horizontal platforms
Rely on Open Source Software
FIWARE OSS Community / FIWARE Foundation
Openness to avoid vend...
Rich and dynamic ecosystem
Cities Entrepreneurs
FIWARE Acceleration
Wayra
Open and Agile Smart
Cities Alliance (OASC).
> 1...
Harmonization
Providing a single, generic RESTful API to get
access to smart city data (real time or historic)
FIWARE NGSI...
Applications .- Smarter Car Navigator
Applications .- Portable city dashboards (Urbo)
Security in Smart Cities
Personal data privacy is key
Cities infrastructure must be secure
Secure from design makes a diff...
Smart cities, attack targets or attack tools?
24x7 Availability, the city never sleeps
Huge number of devices
Insecure des...
IoT Security challenges
Heterogeneity Resources Identity Operation
No one size fits
all solutions
Constrained
devices
Auth...
IoT security challenges require E2E approach
PREVENTION
Preventing or deterring attacks to avoid
or at least minimize loss...
IoT Security Self-Assessment in Smart Cities
GSMA IoT Security Self-Assessment helps
Smart Cities across their lifecycle
D...
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  1. 1. IoT - Big Data & Security MWC Smart Cities Seminar Telefónica IoT Feb 2017
  2. 2. IoT-Big Data and Security in Smart Cities Security IoT Big Data
  3. 3. Open and horizontal platforms A rich and dynamic ecosystem API and data model harmonization TEF IoT-Big Data Smart City Pillars
  4. 4. Open and horizontal platforms Rely on Open Source Software FIWARE OSS Community / FIWARE Foundation Openness to avoid vendor lock in Benefits mobile operators & cities : Can choose from a variety of IoT providers, integrators, etc. Modular and extensible architectures No more silos of isolated, single-vertical solutions. Enabling a real IoT BigData Ecosystem for smart cities.
  5. 5. Rich and dynamic ecosystem Cities Entrepreneurs FIWARE Acceleration Wayra Open and Agile Smart Cities Alliance (OASC). > 100 cities. IoT Device Vendors FIWARE IoT Ready Programme > 50 kind of devices certified Mobile Operators
  6. 6. Harmonization Providing a single, generic RESTful API to get access to smart city data (real time or historic) FIWARE NGSIv2 Defining a catalogue of harmonized data models that cover different smart city verticals API Harmonization Data Model Harmonization Standardization With GSMA, our work has been aligned with 5 top operators around the world New ETSI ISG CIM Group Ecosystem + Open Platforms + Harmonization = Smart City Replicability
  7. 7. Applications .- Smarter Car Navigator
  8. 8. Applications .- Portable city dashboards (Urbo)
  9. 9. Security in Smart Cities Personal data privacy is key Cities infrastructure must be secure Secure from design makes a difference
  10. 10. Smart cities, attack targets or attack tools? 24x7 Availability, the city never sleeps Huge number of devices Insecure design in some assets Low or difficult maintenance
  11. 11. IoT Security challenges Heterogeneity Resources Identity Operation No one size fits all solutions Constrained devices Authentication fist Device management
  12. 12. IoT security challenges require E2E approach PREVENTION Preventing or deterring attacks to avoid or at least minimize losses DETECTION Identifying attacks to allow a fast and thorough response RESPONSE Minimize losses and return to normal business • GSMA Guidelines • Managed Connectivity • Private APN & VPN • Network Auth & PKI • Comms Monitoring • Expense controls • Persistent Pentesting • Threat detection • Anti DDoS • Managed Connectivity • Automatic rules
  13. 13. IoT Security Self-Assessment in Smart Cities GSMA IoT Security Self-Assessment helps Smart Cities across their lifecycle Deployment A checklist to validate the security measures that has been put in place A guidance in the in order to assess risks, decide the prevention measures. Design A standard way to exchange security information in a common language. Onlife

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