Cryptography at Work: Securing Device Communications

Date: 06/03/2024

How to secure device communications and the rapidly growing Internet of Things?

Internet connectivity between devices, vehicles, cloud services, and networks continues its accelerating growth, while legislation such as the European Cyber Resilience Act pushes vendors to ensure the security of the infrastructures and businesses relying on this ecosystem. Device communications are secured with widely used cryptographic security protocols, such as MACsec (Media Access Control Security), IPsec (Internet Protocol Security), and TLS (Transport Layer Security), which operate on different layers of the OSI model for systems connectivity, and can be applied to a wide range of applications and scenarios.

This webinar presents implementations of MACsec, IPsec, and TLS on hardware devices, and explores the similarities and differences between the three security protocols. We will hear insights and guidance in the implementation decisions facing designers and architects responsible for ensuring secure connectivity.

About the speaker

Tommi Lampila

Director of Business Development, Xiphera

Tommi is a cybersecurity professional with over 20 years of experience in various industry roles supporting of cybersecurity solutions and services. He holds a master’s degree in industrial engineering from Tampere University of Technology (1999).