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”Connecting the unconnected" seems to be the unstoppable technological trend as we witness the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), from smart homes and offices to factories, water plants, and power grids. However, without seamless security mechanisms, IoT can also be “Internet of Threats.” Mitigating these frequently-changing threats requires resilient security, derived not only from a single device, but from an ensemble of devices, or the system as a whole. This session brings together recent academic research and a leading industrial perspective to identify key threats, and discuss possible approaches to mitigate the Internet of Threats in emerging applications as well as supply chains such as food-supplements, pharmaceuticals, automotive IoTs, and electronics, and highlight key challenges with IoT security and privacy as well as electronics-CAD-enabled solutions for the future.
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