Taking an engineering approach to IT security is essential to defend against threats targeting the growing complexity, robustness and interconnectedness of today's information systems, as exemplified by cyber-physical systems and systems-of-systems (those composed of independent constituent systems), including the Internet of Things. Managing the complexity of today's IT systems and being able to claim they're trustworthy and secure require a level of confidence in the feasibility and correctness-in concept, philosophy and design in regards to the ability of a system to function securely as intended. In this keynote presentation, based on new guidance the National Institute of Standards and Technology is developing, you'll learn about bringing greater clarity to the difficult and challenging creation of trustworthy and secure systems.
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