Hannes Tschofenig

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May
9
2016

We are organizing another workshop on Internet of Things related matters. This time we will talk about the importance of software / firmware updates. We are seeking input on this topic via the workshop. The workshop webpage also provides examples for topics, such as: Protocol mechanisms for distributing software updates: What protocols mechanisms are available […]

Feb
19
2016

Early this year we announced our plans to organize an OAuth security workshop on the IETF OAuth mailing list. We did this after we held a per-invitation only security workshop late December in response to the discovery of the OAuth Authorization Server Mix-Up problem. In the meanwhile we have made progress in the planning activities and we […]

Feb
18
2016

Today’s Internet of Things deployments are not known for their great interoperability. Typically, devices are only able to speak to one specific gateway, app downloaded from the device vendor, or to a single cloud provider. Getting devices from different vendors to talk to each other is challenging. The reason for this situation is not necessarily a […]

May
8
2013

At the EU Emergency Services Workshop 2013 a regulatory issues panel moderated by Tony O’Brien (Deputy Executive Director, EENA). The panel discussed a couple of topics, including the need for standards, performance indicators, and location. The location slot lead to a heated discussion with the following persons on the panel: Raed Arafat (Secretary of State for […]

Apr
24
2013

Last week EENA organized their yearly EU emergency services workshop in Riga/Latvia. As in the past many emergency services authorities, regulators, vendors, and service providers showed up to discuss the hottest topics. I had the pleasure to meet Mark Fletcher again, who arrived in Riga with his podcasting equipment. Mark interviewed me about the Next […]

Mar
31
2013

Wikipedia describes bufferbloat as “a phenomenon in a packet-switched computer network whereby excess buffering of packets inside the network causes high latency and jitter, as well as reducing the overall network throughput. The phenomenon was detailed at least as far back as 1985, but gained more widespread attention starting in 2009.” When the IAB and […]

Jul
12
2012

I got invited to speak at the Tivit Future Internet pre-conference, which took place end of May in Helsinki, Finland. I agreed to give a presentation and the agenda for the event can be found at http://www.futureinternet.fi/seminar_2012.htm. Of course I agreed before I decided what I would actually talk about. This was the first time […]




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