We know poorly secured IoT devices are flooding our markets. And we know they get compromised at scale. Now what? What can we do while we wait for secure-by-design IoT to become the default? Various stakeholders can play a role. Think of manufacturers, retailers, network operators, consumers. Who is competent to act? And more controversially: Who actually has an incentive to act? We will explore surprising new research and industry experiences in combatting the rise of the Internet-of-Evil-Things.


time: 09:30

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Short networking break


Hack your mind people are NOT the problem!


System Overload!