Friday 2 July 2021, 11am-12noon (BST)
The Internet of Things (IoT) consists of billions of physical devices across the planet that are fitted with sensors and connected to the internet. Lightbulbs, medical devices, personal assistants, vending machines, cameras, utility meters, climate control systems; (IoT) devices are already on our networks in vast quantities.
In the last decade, maturing technologies have converged to allow just about everything to be cheaply connected to the internet, but with a lack of regulation and technology standards, and the age of centralised networks coming to an end, has the security of IoT become a maturity nightmare?
In this opening session of the SASIG IoT Academy, we discuss what modern IoT looks like, where it sits on our networks, and what needs to be done to secure it.
Guest chaired by
Peter Wood (info), Partner, Naturally Cyber