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How dumb can a smart device be?

A look at Internet of Things devices and how basic vulnerabilities in them can lead to compromise of your data and even theft of your car. The presentation will include live demos of some of the vulnerabilities we have discovered in our journey to hack IoT devices and what manufacturers of these devices can do to fix them.
Recorded Nov 25 2016 28 mins
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Tony Gee
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DSS ITSEC
DSS ITSEC in an annual, international and largest in the Baltic States cyber-security, data protection, privacy tech and business conference and expo from 2010, event annually brings together top ICT Security professionals from industry’s leading technology vendors, international organisations and agencies, local and regional businesses, as well as, representatives of government and public sector.

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