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IoT vulnerability and security is the next frontier

  • Friday, May 24th, 2019 at 3:30 PM EDT (19:30:00 UTC)
  • Lee Reiber
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Overview

IoT developers are chiefly concerned about security, as the fundamental assumptions about cybersecurity have changed with the transition to more cloud-based development. IoT devices (like Alexa and Nest) are more popular than ever, and present similar "new frontier" security and privacy challenges. A report by researchers at security firm F-Secure shows that the number of IoT threats doubled in 2018. Device and cloud data can be used to find the source of a breach, as there is a massive amount of data collected by IoT devices with sensors, like: device and account details, user activity, locations, incoming and outgoing messages, calendars, notifications, stored voice commands, cache, cookies, nearby devices, and other valuable information. Discover how the IoT landscape is both a bountiful source of data and a potential cybersecurity risk.

Speaker Bio

Lee Reiber

Mr. Reiber contributes thought leadership, direction, and consultation to recognized digital forensic and investigation associations around the world. During his 15 years in the digital forensic space, Lee Reiber has authored over 50 articles on mobile device forensics, authored Mobile Forensics Investigations: A Guide to Evidence Collection, Analysis, and Presentation, is featured in national and international magazines and contributes as an invited speaker on the topics of digital forensics and cybersecurity.

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