Fixing IoT Leaks with Hardware SecurityBrian Romansky of Owl Cyber Defense Discusses the Role of Data Diodes
Data diodes provide a way to control data flows in IoT devices, says Brian Romansky of Owl Cyber Defense, who describes "unhackable" hardware.
See Also: The Weaponization of IoT Devices
In a video interview at Information Security Media Group's recent Cybersecurity Summit in New York, Romansky discusses:
- Why data diodes are "unhackable";
- The growing challenge of locking down 5G IoT devices;
- Building a "zero trust" defense posture.
Romansky is CTO at Owl Cyber Defense. He has over 25 years' experience in security technology for the automotive sector, payment systems, healthcare and logistics.