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A world of connected object Designed to Serve Us

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Published on October 12, 2017

Author: PhilipAndreae

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1. A Subject Matter Expertise and evangelist focused on the introduction of leading edge technologies to support Identity, Authe ntication & Payments A World of Connected Objects Designed to Serve Us Philip Andreae Philip@Andreae.com 10 October 2017

2. Identity 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 2

3. Authentication 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 3

4. Identification 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 4

5. Authorization 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 5

6. Four Words Independent and Inseparable 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 6

7. Privacy 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 7

8. Security 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 8

9. Confidentiality 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 9

10. Three Concerns Lost as we engage and leave tracks 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 10

11. We Live in a Age of Connected Things 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 11 1976 1982 1990 2000 2012

12. With A Need To Enhanced Digital Security To Protect Our Daily Life 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects In 1993 six people from three payment schemes met at Hotel at O’Hare airport and agreed to work together to defined a common set of requirements and subsequently published “The Integrated Circuit Card Specifications for Payment Systems” The goal Global Interoperability allowing each region and nation to decide when to migrate from Magnetic Stripe to the EMV Standard EMVCo is owned & staffed by Visa, MasterCard, JCB, American Express, UnionPay and Discover Lost and Stolen Fraud Cardholder Verification Revenue Creation Value Added Services Counterfeit Protection Off/On-line Authentication Offline Authorization Cost Reduction

13. 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects Digital Identity in a Digital World is a Challenge ©2017 13 The Internet at the MOMA The New Yorker

14. • FIDO is the World’s Largest Ecosystem for Standards-Based, Interoperable Authentication • Better security for online services • Reduced cost for the enterprise • Simpler and safer for consumers • Deploy Your Online Authentication Using Open and Scalable Standards • The specifications and certifications from the FIDO Alliance enable an interoperable ecosystem of hardware-, mobile- and biometrics-based authenticators that can be used with many apps and websites. • This ecosystem enables enterprises and service providers to deploy strong authentication solutions that reduce reliance on passwords and protect against phishing, man-in-the-middle and replay attacks using stolen passwords. A World of Connected Objects Modern Authentication For A Connected World • The mission of the FIDO Alliance is to change the nature of online authentication by: • Developing technical specifications that define an open, scalable, interoperable set of mechanisms that reduce the reliance on passwords to authenticate users. • Operating industry programs to help ensure successful worldwide adoption of the Specifications. • Submitting mature technical Specification(s) to recognized standards development organization(s) for formal standardization. 1412 October 2017

15. The Key to Digital Security 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects Multi-Factor Authentication  Something You Have  The Token = Card/Phone  Something You Know  The Secret = PIN/Password  Something You Are  Biometric = You EMV, PIV, ICAO, eID, FIDO … Exploit The security of hardware The flexibility of software The power of cryptography

16. What Can We Do With IoT 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 16 Measure Meter Collect Control Integrate into our Homes Manage City Infrastructure Enhance Healthcare Automate Factories Control Automobiles Enhance the Consumer Experience Stimulate Manipulate Support Connected Commerce Pay

17. The World of Objects and Things is Exploding We must Identify and Authenticate these objects we are being surrounded by Or else, someone else will Wired / Fixed Wireless / Mobile 132m PCs sold in 2000 1.3Bn smartphones shipped in 2014 10s of Billions Of connected objects will exist in the year 2025 12 October 2017 7 A World of Connected Objects

18. •Denial of Service •Phishing •Vishing •Hacking •Counterfeiting •Stealing •Terrorizing • Google • Sony • Target • Office of Personal Management • Equifax • Democratic National Committee • And so many more Wikipedia lists 244 A limited publicly acquired sample https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_data_breaches To amplify the concern a head line March 15, 2017 read 312 and counting data breaches, in 2017, report https://www.scmagazine.com/report-finds-more- than-312-data-breaches-this-year/article/644421/ 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects The Good, The Bad and The Evil National Defense, Criminals & State Actors and Terrorists ©2017 18

19. • Cryptography, be it symmetric or asymmetric, requires a “secret” • Local biometric matching please! Assuring our security & privacy • Securing these secrets is essential • Yet the places they can be stored differ in capabilities • Embedded Secure Elements • Trusted Execution Environments • Trusted Processing Modules • White Box Encryption Only With Standards & Certified Solutions Can We Assure Interoperability & Proliferation 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects How Do We Get From Here to Tomorrow Connect objects need to be connected somehow 19 Source McKinsey

20. 2008 2012 2018 2026 2036 A Future of Connected Things Driven By 12 October 2017 A World of Connected Objects ©2017 20 Machine learning Natural Language Interfaces Artificial Intelligence

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22. A World of Connected Objects12 October 2017 22 Philip Andreae Principal Philip@Andreae.com www.andreae.com +1 404 680 9640 www.linkedin.com/in/pandreae www.twitter.com/pandreae

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