Wireless Lighting: Security Basics (Definitions of Authentication, Encryption, and Certificates)

When:  Nov 14, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (ET)

Why do we want to talk about security? Security implementations in Lighting Control Systems is major differentiator. Increasing numbers of networked devices, their hardware, software, and communications must be secured. Yet few of us have a security background. This presentation provides an overview of wireless lighting security basics: concerns around wireless devices, definitions on Authentication, Encryption, and Certificates, and considerations for implementing security in wireless lighting controls.

Webinar participants are eligible for one (1) IES Continuing Education Unit (CEU).

PRESENTER: Charles Knuffke, Systems VP/Evangelist, Wattstopper, Legrand
Charles KnuffkeFor the past 25+ years, Charles Knuffke has worked with engineers, contractors, distributors and owners to design, specify, and start up Lighting Control Systems for almost every kind of Commercial and Industrial project. After being in sales for most of his career, Charles is Systems Vice President and Evangelist for the Wattstopper product line overseeing all product activity relating to the company’s Digital Lighting Management System and managing three marketing directors and product line managers. Charles has also attended uncounted California Energy Commission meetings during the development of the various California Title 24 energy codes to provide real-world commentary to the policymakers and act as an ombudsman for his customers.


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