The Secure Internet of Things Project (SITP)

Peter Bailis1, Dan Boneh2, David E. Culler, Prabal Dutter3, Dawson Engler4, Björn Hartmann, Mark Horowitz5, Greg Kovacs, Christos Kozyrakis6, Philip Levis7, David Mazières8, Raluca Ada Popa, Christopher Ré9 and Keith Winstein10

The Secure Internet of Things Project is a cross-disciplinary research effort between computer science and electrical engineering faculty at Stanford University, UC Berkeley, and the University of Michigan. The research effort focuses on three key questions: Analytics: how will we integrate these enormous streams of physical world instrumentation with all of our existing data? Security: how can pervasive sensing and analytics systems preserve and protect user security? Hardware and software systems: what hardware and software systems will make developing new intelligent and secure Internet of Things applications as easy as a modern web application?

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More information: http://iot.stanford.edu/