Implementing the Five Pillars of IT Security for MQTT

61 Minutes

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Chapters
  • 11:57 - Sensible Data
  • 13:13 - Control over lot Devices
  • 14:20 - Legal or Corporate Regulations
  • 15:01 - Customer Experience
  • 16:23 - Multiple Security Layers
  • 18:24 - 5 Pillars of IT Security
  • 19:00 - Confidentiality
  • 20:34 - Trusted Environments
  • 22:40 - TLS - Transport Layer Security
  • 23:20 - Provision and Revocation of Certificates
  • 24:21 - Transport Encryption - Best Practices
  • 24:50 - Cipher Suites
  • 25:46 - Transport Encryption - Example
  • 26:56 - Payload Encryption
  • 28:09 - Mutual Authentication using Certificates
  • 28:38 - Client Authentication identity and Access Management Systems
  • 34:01 - Integrity
  • 36:14 - Publisher Authorization
  • 38:17 - Access Security (Operating System)
  • 40:35 - Access Security (Tamper proofing devices)
  • 41:21 - Availability
  • 42:53 - Criteria for selecting the right MQTT Broker
  • 45:15 - Criteria for selecting the right MQTT Client
  • 46:13 - Criteria for selecting the right Integration Systems
  • 46:29 - Incident Management
  • 47:51 - Support Systems
  • 48:58 - Other Pillars
  • 51:13 - HiveMQ Security Architecture
  • 53:17 - Hive MQ Enterprise Security Extension

Webinar Overview

Connecting objects in the IoT such as cars, homes, and machines exposes lots of sensitive data. Therefore, IoT security is a key concern and an important challenge for any IoT application. Since some of the data generated are not meant for the public, it should be protected by the five pillars of IT security: Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability, Authenticity, and Non-Repudiation.

In this webinar, we will explore how the five pillars of IT security can be implemented to secure IoT applications using MQTT. Our HiveMQ security experts Georg Held and Magi Erber will show you how to create a secure IoT system with MQTT and HiveMQ.

Check out MQTT Security Fundamentals, a series of blogs discussing how to protect sensitive IoT data transferred over MQTT, ensuring the utmost security for your IoT systems.

Magi Erber

Magi Erber is Senior Product Manager at HiveMQ. She loves creating software that delights customers and helps them realizing innovative IoT solutions.

  • Contact Magi Erber via e-mail

Georg Held

Georg is Director of Product Development at HiveMQ. Under his responsibility the HiveMQ Broker, Enterprise Extensions, and Swarm are developed.

  • Georg Held on LinkedIn
  • Contact Georg Held via e-mail

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