Applied to connected vehicles and medical devices
As part of an on-going workshop series and project work on cybersecurity and in line with its mission to bridge the gap between science and policy, IRGC organised a one-day expert workshop on Governing Cybersecurity Risks and Benefits in the Internet of Things, applied to connected vehicles and medical devices – Creating trust in connectivity: confidentiality, integrity and availability.
With the support of Swiss Re and AXA Technology Services, the invitation-only multidisciplinary workshop, held on 15 – 16 November 2016 at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue in Rüschlikon, Switzerland, brought together 30 experts from research, technology, industry, regulation, insurance and other stakeholder groups in an open, facilitated roundtable discussion under Chatham House Rule.
The workshop discussed expert recommendations for creating trust in cyber security of the IoT and to foster policy and societal buy-in with appropriate technological and risk management options, creating appropriate governance context conditions through improved understanding of the risks and opportunities.
- Governing cybersecurity risks and benefits of the internet of things: Connected medical and health devices and connected vehicles, 2017, Workshop report
- Governing cybersecurity risks and benefits of the internet of things: Connected medical and health devices and connected vehicles, 2017, Workshop highlights