Secure service-oriented architecture. Smart home voice control as a case study

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Author: Wire Snark

The report reviews secure system development methodology as applied to IoT applications. The speaker will tell what is a threat model and how it is embedded in software development lifecycle. A voice control application will be used to demonstrate the single responsibility principle and the principle of least privilege. The report also reviews practical aspects of creating service-oriented architecture apps in Yocto Linux environment, such as using DBus IPC, selecting suitable secure programming languages (out of Go, Rust, Python, Node.js, Java). The speaker touches upon isolation of vulnerable code processing untrusted input data.

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  • Russian

Graduated from the Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod. Started his career as a trainee at Intel in Nizhny Novgorod, then worked as a mathematician programmer with ASCON. Currently is a programmer and team lead with MERA. A system developer, mainly works with Yocto Linux and Android-based services and daemons; is interested in telephony and voice control. As a security researcher is involved in white-box audit. Supports privacy, anonymity, and security of users. An adherent of ethical hacking and free software.

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