Internet of Things (IoT)

Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things (IoT) Everyday items connected to the Internet will transform the ways we work, live, and play. Presentation title Client name Internet Society 1992 2016 1 Key Considerations 1990s Paradigm Shift 2000s How people and institutions interact with the Internet in their personal, social, and economic lives is changing. The IoT is Not New Some everyday items have been controlled over the Internet since the early 90s.

2010s Passive Engagement Many connected devices are designed to operate in the background with minimal human intervention. Future Policy Areas Might Benefit From a Review IoT devices will likely touch most aspects of our lives, which suggests policy makers will need to consider the broad implications across a wide array of areas. 2 Challenges Privacy Security How to ensure robust and lifelong security in IoT products and services? Interoperability and The voluntary Standards use of open,

interoperable, and widely available standards as technical building blocks for IoT devices will deliver greater benefits. Strategies need to be developed that promote transparency, fairness, and user choice in data collection and handling. Regulatory, Legal, and Rights Issues The rapid rate of change in IoT technology could outpace the ability of associated policy, legal, and regulatory structures to adapt. Emerging Economy and Development Issues In order for the benefits of the IoT to be truly global, the unique needs and challenges of implementation in lessdeveloped regions will need to be addressed. 3 Guiding Principles Promote Internet and data-infrastructure growth

Governments should promote the expansion of both wireless and wireline infrastructure, and remove barriers to datacenter development. Encourage IPv6 deployment Governments should make IPv6 adoption a national priority, as the IoT will drive up the Adopt a collaborative, multistakeholder approach to IoT policy discussions Draw on the expertise of a wide range of stakeholders to develop appropriate solutions. Encourage a collaborative approach to IoT security Empower players to address security issues close to where they occur dont centralize IoT security.

number of connected devices. Encourage open, voluntary IoT standards Encourage responsible design practices for 4 IoT services Thank you. Read the policy brief: www.internetsociety.org/policybriefs/iot Visit us at www.internetsociety.org Follow us @internetsociety Galerie Jean-Malbuisson 15, CH-1204 Geneva, Switzerland. +41 22 807 1444 1775 Wiehle Avenue, Suite 201, Reston, VA 20190-5108 USA. +1 703 439 2120 5

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