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When: Wednesday, May 13th, 2020
Time: 10:00 am — 10:45 am

Online via Zoom


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Lecture Abstract

Over the past decade, many of the devices that we use on a regular basis have become increasingly digitized, smarter, and more interconnected. Concerns related to the security and privacy of these devices, and the information that they use, store, and communicate are becoming a familiar fixture in the daily news. The increasingly widespread adoption of smart devices presents a growing range of complex challenges that have transformed the cyber security landscape. In this talk, we will explore and discuss the challenges and considerations for staying secure in the era of smart things.

Speaker Bio

Dr. Jason Jaskolka is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering and the Director of the Cyber Security Evaluation and Assurance (CyberSEA) Research Lab at Carleton University.

His research interests include cyber security evaluation and assurance, threat modeling, security-by-design, and formal methods and algebraic approaches for software and security engineering. He is interested in applying his research to critical infrastructures, cyber-physical and distributed systems, and the Internet of Things (IoT).

About the Series

Ingenious Talks is a special speaker series from the Faculty of Engineering and Design that engages the community in discussions of timely and innovative ideas in engineering, design and technology.