Identities for the Internet of Things

Event type: 
Guest lecture
Event time: 
02.02.2011 - 12:15 - 14:00
Lecturer : 
Robert Moskowitz
Kumpula in Exactum B222

Robert Moskowitz from ICSAlabs will give a guest lecture on Wednesday 2.2. 12:15-14 at Kumpula in Exactum B222. The title of the talk is:

Identities for the Internet of Things



Bio of Robert Moskowitz

Robert has been working with computers since 1966 when, in 11th grade, his high school became perhaps the first one in the nation to have in classroom computer access.  He entered the programming profession in 1974 shortly after receiving a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Michigan State University (1972) along with a Bachelor of Science in Botany.

Robert worked 19 years Automotive, in IT technical support, and for the past 13 years at ICSAlabs (now a division of Verizon Business) in network security research.  He has been active in the IETF since 1993 and IEEE 802 since 2001.  His contributions there include the private IPv4 address space, IPsec, PKI, HIP, 802.11i, and 802.1AE.  He is currently working on shepherding HIP onto IETF standards track, and adding Key Management into 802.15.4 and 802.11ai.

He wrote extensively as a contributing editor to Network Computing Magazine from 1993 through 2006 and was an adjunct instructor on Cryptography and Authentication for Walsh College's Information Assurance program.  He is the innovator of the Bridge CA used in the US Federal and Biopharm SAFE PKIs and creator of the Host Identity Protocol (HIP) in the IETF.

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