Course detail: CONF8960 - Science of Security: Securing the Internet of Things
Securing the "Internet of Things" is an increasingly demanding challenge. New exploits that leverage new vulnerabilities introduced by the explosion of devices, potential targets, and highly resourced adversaries make security and privacy increasingly elusive goals. This workshop will present different perspectives on the real-world challenges of cybersecurity focused specifically on IoT issues. Join us to hear regional and national experts from academia, industry and government discuss both problems and emerging solutions related to IoT security and privacy. You will learn about the evolving scientific approach to securing IoT through multi-disciplinary collaboration and application-focused research.
Science of Security: Securing the IoT, workshop is an opportunity to be a part of the conversation among practitioners and researchers in the security world.The event will bring together industry, municipal, government agency, defense, business, and research scientists. You will:
- Hear keynote presentations from military, private sector, and government experts
- Learn current perspectives on the NSA "hard problems" in Science of Security being explored by the KU Lablet
- Engage in networking opportunities with other security professionals facing similar challenges
- Visit with student researchers presenting their work on Science of Security projects
You will come away from this event with cutting-edge insights and information. You will have the opportunity to network with peers and share your ideas with cybersecurity practitioners and researchers.
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