Endpoint Security , Internet of Things Security

Authenticating in the Age of IoT

Nok Nok Labs' Philip Dunkelberger on Why Traditional Authentication Won't Work
Philip Dunkelberger, CEO, Nok Nok Labs

With the advent of the internet of things, authentication needs to be far more scalable, says Philip Dunkelberger, CEO of Nok Nok Labs.

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"Traditional authentication, where you are algorithmically looking at users of your devices, will have to change; the use cases are going to be broadly different for individuals," Dunkelberger says.

In a video interview with Information Security Media Group at RSA Conference 2019 in San Francisco, Dunkelberger discusses:

  • Challenges of IoT security;
  • How IoT networks differ from traditional networks;
  • How can CISOs implement authentication in an IoT environment.

Dunkelberger has more than 30 years in technology. Prior to leading Nok Nok Labs, Dunkelberger served for eight years as co-founder and CEO of PGP Corporation, until it was acquired by Symantec in 2010. He has significant experience in SaaS infrastructure and enterprise software, having served as entrepreneur-in-residence at Doll Capital Management, president and CEO of Embark, and COO of Vantive Corporation.


About the Author

Varun Haran

Varun Haran

Managing Director, Asia & Middle East, ISMG

Haran has been a technology journalist in the Indian market for over six years, covering the enterprise technology segment and specializing in information security. He has driven multiple industry events such as the India Computer Security Conferences (ICSC) and the first edition of the Ground Zero Summit 2013 during his stint at UBM. Prior to joining ISMG, Haran was first a reporter with TechTarget writing for SearchSecurity and SearchCIO; and later, correspondent with InformationWeek, where he covered enterprise technology-related topics for the CIO and IT practitioner.




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