We are delighted to welcome another new guest blogger to contribute to the RISE blog for August 2019. Shichao Yu is a PhD student at Queen’s University Belfast, working in the world class research centre – The Centre for Secure Information Technology (CSIT). Thank you Shichao! Welcome to Miami – Summer is coming! Hi, I am Shichao, I am typing this blog shortly after the closing remarks of IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI in Miami, which is excellent and provided me an amazing conference experience. This was my first time in Miami, and this is the first conference
Our July blog post has been written by one of our Industrial Stakeholders Advisory Board (ISAB) members. A special thanks from RISE to Ilhan Gurel from Ericsson for contributing this best practice advice. Ilhan is HW and SW security expert at Ericsson. “Security baked in at every layer, not later” Securing entire end to end IoT chain covers securing IoT devices, backends and everything in between as well as life cycle starting from manufacturing and deployment to disposal. Every component in this chain may have different attack surfaces, different adversaries and may be managed by different entities. It is also
Nice Promenade Nice to be in Nice That is an obvious and cheap play on words for the popular South of France destination and a joke I made back in 2016 during the European Championships, but one worth re-cycling for a new audience… RISE was invited to speak at ETSI Security week, (last week) and we gave an update on hardware security, including the latest R&D from the RISE researchers. I have to honest with you readers, I can think of worse places to be sent away on business in late June than Nice. If there is any consolation for
As a former QUB alumni, I am very excited to join my Alma Matter down at ECIT as Business Development Manager for RISE (you will get plenty of abbreviations in this post)! RISE is the Research Institute for Securing Hardware and Embedded Systems with the aim to bring together industry and academia to make our more secure, in the world of connected everything (IoT). I first heard the term “Internet of Things” in late 2012 when I was chatting to some security researchers (really smart people who wear white lab coats, brown sandals and Megadeath t-shirts) in a previous job.