Roles and Responsibilities of CyberSecurity Experts

March 18, 2019

Depending on the role you are involved in within cybersecurity, your responsibilities will vary. For instance if you are a cryptographer, you are expected to write code that a hacker cannot crack, and if you are a vulnerability assessor you have to spot system vulnerabilities and fix them. But the essence of all cybersecurity responsibilities is in making sure that breaches do not happen and data remains safe.

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LEVL develops a new concept for IoT security and device identity management. Different from existing cyber-security solutions, LEVL's unique technology provides security in the physical layer by offering a passive authentication technique which uses the unique RF characteristics of transmitting devices in order to validate their identity and prevent device spoofing and misbehavior. The technology developed at LEVL fills the current gap in cyber-security for wireless sensor networks and is based on the observation that the current IoT cyber-security solutions are often not suitable for the unique requirements of IoT.

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