The last few years have seen a significant convergence between Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT), which controls much of our industrial and critical national infrastructure. This convergence is being accelerated by the rapid growth in the Internet of Things (IoT). Blurring boundaries between IT, OT and IoT are increasing the need for more integrated, collaborative cyber security strategies. The International Cyber Security Center of Excellence (INCS-CoE) plans to pursue collaboration aimed at designing new integrated strategies that combine IT, OT and IoT security efforts and to maximize use of existing and novel cyber security resources.
This paper briefly reviews current activities in the UK, US and Japan in the OT security and IoT spaces.
We identify three main areas for potential collaboration:
- Supply Chain Security
- Sharing of Testbed Facilities
- Sharing of datasets
“Bridging the Digital Gap and Identifying Cross-Cultural Pathways for Adaptation of IoT Technologies to Super-Aging Societies in the U.S. and Japan”
by UMBC, Kyushu University, Northeastern University, Keio University.
At Inamori Center Hall, Kyushu University, Kyushu
- Current Issues and On-going Activities of Super-Aging Society
- Super-Aging Society: Gerontology ad Social Study Perspective
- IT for Super-Aging Society Perspective
- Research Strategy:
- Comparative Study
- Natural Human-Smart IoT Interaction Design
- Security and Privacy of Smart IoT for Super-Aging
- Context Recognition, Understanding and Exploitation