At the recent MEDSec conference, a gathering of medical-device security professionals, a hot topic was the recently released DTSec specification, which covers cybersecurity for connected devices. David Kleidermacher, recently named Google’s VP of security for android and chrome devices, also is one of the authors of the DTSec standard. David took a few minutes to explain what the standard is, how it works, and why it’s so important.
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