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Tuesday, December 14 • 14:30 - 15:20
Leveraging Cloud Security Protocols as OpenID-connect to Secure Vehicle Data Exchanges - José Bollo, Iot.Bzh

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Modern cars produce ten thousands of data messages per second. Those data are among the most promising source of revenue for the automotive industry and everyone understand they should be protected from Cyber-criminals. Web industries fight cyber-criminality since years and have far better experience/tools protocols to to protect their assets than the automotive industry. OpenID-Connect(OIDC) is a reference for all GAFAM, banks and telecom operators to expose in a secure manner data and APIs. This technical talk presents how OIDC can be used to complement embedded Linux kernel security capabilities to protect APIs and data from their acquisition to their transfer on the cloud. It also demonstrates how OIDC can be used to merge social identity as “Spotify” with physical devices as NFC token/key, or how to use an external device as a phone to provision an authentication or authorization.

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José Bollo

linux security expert, IoT.bzh
José worked for over ten years as a software developer on automation of measurement for industry (automotive and aviation). He worked mostly in C and C++ for DOS and Windows. Then he worked for over ten year as software engineer-researcher in audio signal processing: 3D audio rendering... Read More →

Tuesday December 14, 2021 14:30 - 15:20 JST
ALS Theater 2