• Alessandro Bruni

    Associate Professor, ITU


    Alessandro Bruni is Associate Professor at the IT-University of Copenhagen, researching on security protocols, in particular IoT and electronic voting, software verification, and secure machine learning. He is active in community building in cybersecurity and leads the Copenhagen chapter of the Open Web Application Security Project.  

    Title of presentation: 

    Future perspectives in IoT-security  

    Abstract of presentation: 

    “Simul ante retroque prospiciens” is a quote from Francesco Petrarca that translates to “look simultaneously at the future and the past.” IoT networks and technologies are maturing and evolving today, and their security is essential as they operate in a physical space. Here we look at the recent history of internet protocols and developments in IoT security to see what to expect in this space in the future.


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    • Enghave Plads & Kødbyen
      30-11-2 -
      Organized by ITU

      The number of IOT devices is growing rapidly in everything from industrial applications to consumer electronics. Society’s critical infrastructure and privacy concerns in smart homes are prone to hacking and security concerns are growing. The session provides a view into the momentous impact of IOT devices now and especially in the future, and what the security concerns are (incl. certification and key distribution).

      Introduction: Mads Lorenzen, Journalist, Version2, Teknologiens Mediehus
      Scientific Talk: “Future perspectives in IoT security”, Alessandro Bruni, Associate Professor, IT-University of Copenhagen
      Business Talk: “Certification of IoT devices”, Rasmus Lisby Fruergaard-Pedersen, Security Engineer, Kamstrup A/S
      Business Talk: “LoRaWAN security and beyond”, Johan Stokking, CTO and Co-founder, The Things Industries
      Panel: Alessandro Bruni, Rasmus Lisby Fruergaard-Pedersen, Johan Stokking

      Session coordinator: Alessandro Bruni / Peter Ibsen, ITU
      Facilitator: Mads Lorenzen, journalist Version2, Teknologiens Mediehus
      Securing IoT-based Infrastructure
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