题目: LightweightSecurity Schemes for Health Systems’ IoT Devices
时间: 2019年12月15日 19:00
主讲人: MohsenGuizani, Professor and IEEE Fellow
Editor-in-Chief, IEEE Network
Withthe proliferation of Cybersecurity in the last decade, it has become essentialin all aspects of our lives. On the other hand, Internet of Things (IoT) istransforming our society and daily lives by connecting everything around us.This is expected to fundamentally transform industry, business, transportationand healthcare. However, this ubiquitous connection brings with it manychallenges that range from security, smart cities, big data, to device-levelprotocols. It is estimated that there will be hundreds of billions of IoTdevices that need to be connected in the next few years. In addition, more thanhalf of the world’s population live in cities, many with multiple devices that needto be connected to the Internet. This is expected to create a complexinfrastructure. These smart services rely on computation and communicationresources. Furthermore, being able to provide adequate services using thesecomplex systems present enormous challenges.
In thistalk, we review the current efforts by experts around the world to mitigate someof these challenges. Then, we showcase our research activities in providinglightweight security schemes that can fit the IoT device requirements. Then, wepresent our contributions to these efforts and advocate possible solutionsusing learning and other tools. We provide ways on how to manage the availableresources intelligently and efficiently in order to offer better livingconditions and provide better services. Finally, we discuss some of ourresearch results to support a variety of applications including healthcare,security, and intelligent transportation systems.
Mohsen Guizani(S’85–M’89–SM’99–F’09) received the B.S. (with distinction) and M.S. degrees inelectrical engineering, the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer engineering fromSyracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA, in 1984, 1986, 1987, and 1990,respectively. He is currently a Professor at the Computer Science andEngineering Department in Qatar University, Qatar. Previously, he served indifferent academic and administrative positions at the University of Idaho,Western Michigan University, University of West Florida, University ofMissouri-Kansas City, University of Colorado-Boulder, and Syracuse University.His research interests include wireless communications and mobile computing,computer networks, mobile cloud computing, security, and smart grid. He iscurrently the Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Network Magazine, serves on theeditorial boards of several international technical journals and the Founderand Editor-in-Chief of Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing journal(Wiley). He is the author of nine books and more than 500 publications inrefereed journals and conferences. He guest edited a number of special issuesin IEEE journals and magazines. He also served as a member, Chair, and GeneralChair of a number of international conferences. Throughout his career, hereceived three teaching awards and four research awards. He also received the2017 IEEE Communications Society WTC Recognition Award as well as the 2018AdHoc Technical Committee Recognition Award for his contribution to outstandingresearch in wireless communications and Ad-Hoc Sensor networks. He was theChair of the IEEE Communications Society Wireless Technical Committee and theChair of the TAOS Technical Committee. He served as the IEEE Computer SocietyDistinguished Speaker and is currently the IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecturer.He is a Fellow of IEEE and a Senior Member of ACM.