DEIB PhD student
With the expansion of the IoT field, which often makes physical positioning of a device a non negligible information about a network, secure positioning can bring significant advantages in multiple environments, such as vehicular keyless entry and ignition systems or implementations in smart cities.
In this talk we present the main vulnerabilities of currently existing short and long range positioning systems, focusing on the techniques to modify the position of a device, and therefore the challenges that have to be tackled to provide secure positioning. Finally, we present patches and currently under development solutions to ensure secure positioning both with short and long range protocols.
Stefano Longari is a PhD student at Politecnico di Milano, in the Electronic, Informatics and Bioengineering department (DEIB). He works in the NECST Laboratory and his main research interest is computer security for automotive environments. More generally his interests range over all IoT security.
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Date(s) - 22/01/2019
10:00 - 11:00
Seminar Room (Building 20, ground floor), via Ponzio 34/5, Milano