Hannes Tschofenig

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Archive for smart objects

Aug
25
2015

Earlier this year I presented some performance results to the IETF LWIG working group. Here is the slide deck I presented to the community. The slides are also available for download. The idea of my presentation at the Dallas IETF meeting was to get others to enhance the performance investigations to gain a better idea of what can […]

Apr
3
2015

Dave Thaler, Mary Barnes, and I had the honor to talk to the participants of the IETF#92 meeting in Dallas/Texas about the recently published Smart Object Architecture document, see RFC 7452. The presentation was given during the technical plenary of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB). A recording of the talk was produced for remote participants. The […]

Dec
8
2014

[UPDATED: 14. January 2015] Early 2014 we organized a couple of webinars to hear about technologies that allowed to provide authentication of Internet of Things devices and to control access to resources. We learned more about OAuth, Kerberos, and the PKI/certificate model and all talks have been recorded and can be found at http://www.tschofenig.priv.at/wp/?p=1012 In a recent chat […]

Aug
26
2014

Various groups in the IETF currently standardize technology for use with constrained devices and the choice of hardware impacts the design of Internet of Things (IoT) systems. To provide guidance RFC 7228 “Terminology for Constrained-Node Networks” defines three classes of devices depending on their RAM and flash memory size. Class 0 characterizes devices that have […]

Mar
31
2014

At the last IETF meeting early March in London I had the pleasure to co-chair the Authentication and Authorization for Constrained Environments (ace) BOF with Kepeng. The picture of the flyer we distributed during the meeting should give you a rough idea what the topic is about. (We are also working on the charter text […]

Aug
21
2012

The Internet Architecture Board is working on a document about ‘Privacy Considerations for Internet Protocols’. The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for engineers with a focus on privacy. It is therefore similar to the guidance engineers have been using for a long time in the area of security. As we were working […]

Jul
10
2012

Jari Arkko, Cullen Jennings, Carsten Bormann, myself and several other IETF folks organized two workshops on smart object related technology: the first workshop was attached to the Prague IETF meeting (March 2011), and the second workshop was attached to the Paris IETF meeting this spring. With both workshops we asked the wider IETF community for […]




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