Wednesday, June 3, 2015 4 years ago ,
The Times Cheltenham Science Festival, is an annual celebration of how the world works and how science helps us to understand it. Over the course of six days, we hope to inspire, challenge, surprise and entertain you in equal measure. Join us as we showcase ground-breaking research, debate the big questions and introduce you to some of the world’s greatest thinkers.
Topic: Hacking the Internet of Things
Speaker: Martyn Ruks
If it’s connected to the internet, it’s vulnerable to cyber attacks. If that’s your computer, you probably have defences in place — but what about if it’s your fridge? Or TV, or even your children’s toys? The Internet of Things allows a revolutionary way of life, but security is lagging behind.
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