Re: [Iotops] WG Adoption Call on draft-moran-iot-nets-02

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Hi  Russ/ Michael  et  al,
                                      PFI  my response.

1) Store and  forward mode of  Data communication at rest  does  NOT  work
in all  IOT usecases  as  some of the usecases  have  "Data compliance" or
Data sovereignty norms associated  with the  source of  data generated. In
some other  cases  the  IOT  gateways running  at the edge  may be limited
with their  memory to store and  forward  the data if the IP WAN
connectivity gets disconnected for longer periods of time.

2)  We need to look at compressing the data , encrypting the  data at rest
and  then  encrypting the  data in motion  to  send it out to the  Cloud.
              Is  compression of  IOT data at rest  at  the edge of  the
network  not in this  IETF mandate as a sub-section ?


On Thu, Mar 2, 2023 at 3:06 PM Russ Housley <> wrote:

> Michael:
> > Russ Housley <> wrote:
> >> I have no objection to the adoption of this document, but I would like
> >> to see the discussion also cover protection of data at rest in the IoT
> >> device.  Currently, it talks about "information in transit on the
> >> networks or stored in the IoT application or in the Cloud."  However,
> >> the protections for data at rest are not really covered in the
> >> subsections that follow.
> >
> > While I agree that this is important, I am not entirely certain it's
> within
> > the IETF's mandate :-)
> > That doesn't mean we shouldn't do it though, but it may be too big a
> bite.
> We have mechanisms that were defines for store-and-forward communications
> that will work.  Just use them.
> Russ
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