Hype or Myth: Smart Home Security


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IoT is not secure, it’s vulnerable, leaks data, can be hacked indiscriminately. Researchers built a smart home to see if the claims are true or false, both for privacy and security. Does a vulnerable IoT device spawn issues on other devices, a pyramid of risk? What’s the aggregated risk when you view a smart home as a single entity, what can be hacked and what are the real-world consequences?

Learning Objectives:
1: Demonstrate whether an IoT smart home really poses a security and privacy risk.
2: Explore whether privacy in a smart home is even possible.
3: Encourage the audience to view IoT devices, security and privacy collectively.

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Tony Anscombe

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Global Security Evangelist, ESET

Mobile & IoT Security Hackers & Threats

hackers & threats identity theft privacy security awareness Internet of Things


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