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As a forerunner in thought leadership, we bring together experts to inspire, inform and influence our members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers. With an aim to provide a home for digital engineering as both a specialism and a toolset for engineers, the IET supports innovation, and the application of technologies and engineering solutions.
The nature of trust is going through an evolution as it becomes inherently tied to technology and our increasingly digital lives. The consequences are both wonderful and fearful. We are keen to involve you in the conversation with fellow experts from industry, government and academia.
The governance of technology and innovation should be both trustworthy and trusted. Establishing digital trust needs to be an essential component when developing new technologies and is referred to as building consumer confidence.
Improving Supply Chain Trust via Network Virtualisation
Consolidation in the telecommunications industry has significantly reduced the number of suppliers in network domains. The digital supply chain is exposed to risks such as the impact of the Covad-19 virus and geo-politics.
The Internet of Things (IoT) and trust
Consumer confidence is critical for IoT to thrive and scale. Many of IoT products, however, are built using low-cost hardware and installed in untrusted locations, increasing their vulnerability to cyber-attacks. IoT is becoming important in transforming cities but there is a risk that any compromised vulnerability within devices could result in harm on a large scale.