The AREA Security Committee will focus on current and anticipated future security risks associated with the use of AR enabled wearable and mobile devices in enterprise environments.
Identify, classify and prioritize cyber security risks – known and anticipated security risks aligned with the AREA Security Protocol.
Develop and disseminate security mitigation recommendations and best practices to enterprises, device manufacturers, systems integrators, operators and organizations overseeing enterprise cyber security.
Support AREA’s AR Statement of Need Requirements, via review and contributions from a security perspective.
Propose education and training programs for capacity building and skill development to enterprises, device manufacturers, systems integrators, operators and organizations overseeing enterprise cyber security.
Propose research projects and programs to document, inform and increase awareness of security risk and risk mitigation techniques and measures.
Reasons to participate
Attend informative security committee meetings, webinars and projects
Contribute to understanding and advancement of security for enterprise AR technologies
Gain early access to best practices and approaches to addressing AR security
Connect with peers leading efforts and addressing AR security in the enterprise
Learn how other AREA members are addressing AR security AR in enterprise environments
Demonstrate thought leadership with other AREA members and the enterprise AR ecosystem
The current priority of the Committee is a Security Maturity Model for Augmented Reality. They are conducting workshops and identifying use cases for which to build profiles.
The Committee is evaluating creating a diagnostic self-service interview tool that provides risk assessments and suggestions for user customization.
Recently, the Committee developed the Zero Trust for AR infographic, which provides best practices guidance for AR security.