The Internet of Hackable Things
The Internet of Things revolution is rapidly changing our society to a world in which everyday objects will be connected to the Internet, making computing pervasive like never before. From a security and privacy perspective, this tsunami of connectivity represents a potential disaster, as each object becomes inherently hackable and, as a consequence, remotely controllable by malicious actors.
This talk will give a security perspective on the ongoing Internet-of-Things revolution, with emphasis on the urgent need to develop a security culture.
Nicola Dragoni: Associate Professor. DTU COMPUTE Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. Technical University of Denmark.