CES 2024 Preview: US Consumer Label, Disaster Relief, AI for IoT Security

Date December 6, 2023 - December 7, 2023

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The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed a new labelling and certification program for IoT devices that is designed to safeguard consumers from hacking, data theft, and other cyber crimes. A panel of experts will join us to discuss the possible ramifications of the US Cyber Trust Mark program. In other big topics to be covered in Las Vegas in January, the role of IoT worldwide disaster relief and how AI is helping to secure devices and networks will be discussed in these online tracks.

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Global Disaster Relief: IoT to the Rescue!

Massive IoT – the concept of ubiquitous deployment of sensor and actuators that can communicate around the globe – is the leading technology in the fight against human suffering from climate change and other disasters. Global communication networks, intelligence at the edge and in the cloud, and split-second latency all have roles to play. This session will cover how the spread of IoT technology is helping disaster response today, with special emphasis on use-cases that are already being deployed in the field.

Ensuring Connected Device Safety: the US Cyber Trust Mark

With IoT becoming more central to our lives and the threat of cyber attack growing daily, governments around the world are acting to ensure greater cybersecurity for connected devices. The US Government and the FCC have announced the US Cyber Trust Mark, which promises a simple labelling scheme and ongoing consumer protection for connected devices. This panel of leading industry figures will discuss how the programme is likely to evolve, issues arising from the scheme, potential impact on the industry and the programme’s global ramifications.

Applicability of Artificial Intelligence “AI” in IoT Network & Device Security

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will play a pivotal role in ensuring the security of IoT networks and devices. Discover how AI-driven solutions are revolutionizing the way we safeguard IoT ecosystems, from detecting and mitigating vulnerabilities to proactively defending against emerging threats. Gain valuable insights into the innovative techniques that leverage AI to enhance IoT security, such as on-chip machine-learning and advanced network communications pattern recognition.

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