IoT security and its challenges has gained much attention in the recent years. When we talk about IoT we usually refer to devices directly connected with an IP-address. However, there are a lot more non-IP IoT devices out there that are potentially more vulnerable than their IP-connected counterparts. Next to devices being vulnerable, the open networks with very large coverage connecting them can also be a useful tool for abuse. This talk is meant to create more awareness about the security challenges and implications of other types of connected IoT devices, such as radio based, that should not be forgotten.

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