The IoTopia Task Force is chaired by Sebastian Hans from Oracle. All GlobalPlatform members are eligible to participate in this group.
The goal of the IoTopia Task Force is to accelerate IoT device deployment by providing best practice references for IoT security, guidelines, testing and certification. It does this by defining and evaluating the business and technical requirements of existing and emerging secure services, required by consumer and industrial products in an increasingly connected world.
The vision is to create an open and standardized approach to secure IoT device management, utilizing GlobalPlatform technologies or existing technologies from other groups, including IETF. Some examples of this work:
Managing Security & Risk in the IoT
Watch Nguyen Quang-Huy, Evaluation Labs Manager at Trusted Labs, discuss the implications of an IoT hack and how TEE technology can help manage this risk.
VIDEO: How does SESIP provide a standardized methodology for IoT security implementation?
Technical Director Gil Bernabeu, alongside Brightsight’s Carlos Serratos and NXP’s Eve Atallah, explores how SESIP will provide the IoT ecosystem with a scalable, standardized methodology for ensuring that connected products meet the specific compliance, security, privacy and scalability challenges presented by the rapidly expanding IoT landscape.
Combined strengths of oneM2M and GlobalPlatform to address IoT security
François Ennesser, chairman of oneM2M Security Working Group and Gil Bernabeu, GlobalPlatform Technical Officer, illustrate how the know-how and expertise of both organizations complement each other to combine security and ubiquity in IoT deployments.
The SBOM sub-task force is chaired by Gonda Lamberink of Fortress Information Security. All GlobalPlatform members are eligible to participate in this group.
The purpose of the SBOM (Software Bill of Materials) sub task force within the IoTopia committee is to analyze the impact of, and provide guidance on, the deployment of SBOM.
IoTopia Task Force Chair
Mr. Hans currently serves as Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle, previously Sun Microsystems Inc., where he is responsible for all smart card standardization activities with a strong focus on SIM and UICC technology. While at Sun Microsystems Inc, Mr. Hans has also headed up business development within the telecommunications market and has driven advanced pilot projects for the deployment of Java Card in the banking, insurance and mobile communication markets. Mr. Hans represents Sun Microsystems Inc. in ETSI SCP, 3GPP, OMA and is the Vice Chair of ETSI SCP TEC.
Mr. Hans serves as GlobalPlatform Board Director and Co-Chair of the IoTopia Task Force.
SBOM Sub-Task Force Chair
Fortress Information Security
Ms. Gonda Lamberink is the current Chair of GlobalPlatform’s Device Intent Working Group where she oversees the organization’s involvement in developing documentation for creation, management and certification of MUD files. The working group will also focus on creating MUD Proof of Concept implementations, industry outreach, and exploring liaisons with stakeholders and organizations to help drive MUD. Ms. Lamberink also works as Cybersecurity Senior Business Development Manager at UL (Underwriters Laboratories).
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