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LiveWorx 2017

2020: When SkyNet Attacks

Session Description

The growth of IoT devices is not slowing as we see by IDC projections that predict device numbers to surge passed 200 billion objects by 2020. However, much of the information transacted by these devices is insecure and subject to attack. For the average user, this can feel as though their device is taking over or even ruining their life. By using a few simple tools and processes, connected device manufactures can secure their devices against compromise and deliver a consistent, high-quality user experience.


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Additional Information
Security and Privacy
IoT
Consider confidentiality, integrity, and authentication when designing data protection for IoT devices.
Security is often prevented because of common fallacies related to PKI.
Security can be fun and easy, not complicated and boring.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
Session Schedule