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We are seeing an ever-increasing number and sophistication of cyber-attacks on systems and products that are using connected IoT devices. These attacks are being instigated by different types of actors including criminals; states and state-sponsored; issue-orientated hacktivists (malicious insiders pose the greatest threat) and ‘script kiddies’.The risk and damage in terms of reputation, costs, health & safety to an organisation or individual due to poor security practice can be considerable.

In May, the General Data Protection Regulation(EU) 2016/679 (GDPR)became enforceable. GDPR covers “security by design” in hardware and software. Data controllers are obliged to consider “data protection by design and by default”. Organisations using insecure hardware could face action under GDPR should the firmware of IoT devices prove insecure and contribute to a spillage of personal data.

This conference that will give participants the opportunity to:

  • learn about the potential risks, threats and vulnerabilities posed by using IoT systems and connected devices
  • gain an understanding IoT security best practice
  • meet leading experts, organisations and companies offering advise, best practice, security products, solutions and services

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