Is Your Data Secure?
On-demand webcast: Aired live:
June 24, 2014 11:00 AM EDT
Odds are good that your data is extremely important to you. Now consider how one secures that data. Typical approaches address access, authentication, integrity, non-repudiation and confidentiality concerns at the domain and link layers, implicitly securing the data. The challenge and need is to move these security specifications to the data itself, and provide explicit security policies on each element of system-identified data.
Why is this level of finesse needed? As you build out your systems, and systems of systems, how do you manage security when individually element of data, the communication links, and domain boundaries have different behaviors? With this level of complexity and risk, it’s critical to have awareness at the level that matters – the data level – so you can make the right design and implementation decisions.
At this webinar, learn how to achieve an assured and predictable security footprint by minimizing the leak of information or exploitation of data through unintended consequences. Secure DDS offers data-centric configuration policies for content and behaviors. Recognizing that security isn’t one-size fits all, a standards-based optional plugin SDK allows developers to create custom security plugins.
Connext Secure DDS is the world’s first turnkey DDS security solution that conforms to the OMG specification and provides an essential security infrastructure that is data-focused for DDS and legacy systems.
Speaker: Gordon Hunt, Chief Applications Engineer at RTI
Gordon's technical expertise spans embedded systems, distributed real-time systems, robotics, and controls. He is recognized as RTI's Open Architecture expert and principal consultant for distributed system architectures. He routinely provides advanced designs and training to RTI customers and is an active member in the standards communities. Gordon joined RTI in 1999.
He is a Commander in the U.S. Naval Reserves and is a qualified Engineering Duty Officer. His Navy involvement has included working for both NAVSEA and SPAWAR commands in a wide variety of robotic hardware and software integration efforts. Currently, Gordon is working with ONR/NRL supporting the ex-USS SHADWELL, a decommissioned United States Navy Landing Ship Dock that serves as the Navy's full-scale damage control research, development, test and evaluation platform.
Gordon holds an MS from Stanford University and a BS from Purdue University in Aerospace Engineering.
Moderator: Curt Schwaderer, OpenSystems Media