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An Afternoon on IoT Security

An Afternoon on IoT Security
An Afternoon on IoT Security

This afternoon event on the topic of IoT Security included 11 presentations from both academia and industry, along with supporting posters and demonstrations to showcase research.

The event had over 70 attendees, with a mix of undergraduate and postgraduate students, research staff and academics, and industrial visitors. See the programme and presentation slides, below, for more information.

The event was sponsored by the GCHQ/EPSRC Academic Centre of Excellence for Cyber Security Research and the Cyber Security Academy.

Logistics

Event Location Map
Building 38, Highfield Campus

Date: Tuesday 03 July 2018
Time: 14:00-17:00

Location:
Hartley Suite, Building 38
Highfield Campus
Southampton
SO17 1BJ

This event was open to anyone. Capacity was limited, and registration was mandatory in order to attend.

Event Programme

13:30 Arrival, Registration and Refreshments
14:00 Welcome and Introduction Dr Geoff Merrett, Dr Sebastian Stein
ECS, University of Southampton
Session 1: Security Fundamentals
14:10 Hardware Intrusion Early Detection Elena Woo Lai Leng
ECS, University of Southampton
14:20 An Introduction to The Internet of Things Security Foundation Dr Jeremy Bennett
Embecosm, representing IoTSF
14:30 Why Truly Secure IoT is so Hard: A Review of Real World Deployment Issues Dr Nicholas Allott
Nquiring Minds
14:40 How Secure is Secure Enough? Alex Collins
Roke
14:50 Towards IoT Cyber Security; the Southampton Approach Professor Vladimiro Sassone
ECS, University of Southampton
15:00 Coffee, Posters and Demos
Session 2: Applications
15:30 Formal Modelling for IoT Security Prof Michael Butler, Dr Thai Son Hoang
ECS, University of Southampton
15:40 Machine Learning for Secure Smart Traffic Systems Dr Long Tran-Thanh
ECS, University of Southampton
15:50 Risk Management for Connected Devices Dr Mario Brito
Centre for Risk Research, University of Southampton
16:00 Validating the I and the O in IoT Leigh Chase
IBM
16:10 IoT and the Opportunities/Threats it Poses to UK Law Enforcement June Woodland
DCG Futures Group
16:20 The Internet of Military Things Andrew Poulter
DSTL
16:30 Networking and Close

Selected Photos from the Event

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Dr Geoff Merrett introducing the Centre for IoT and Pervasive Systems
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Elena Woo Lai Leng presenting research on hardware security
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Dr Nicholas Allott from Nquiring Minds presenting the challenges of a secure IoT
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Professor Vladimiro Sassone presenting on cyber security research at Southampton
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Dr Long Tran-Thanh presenting his research on machine learning for secure smart cities
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Leigh Chase from IBM presenting on the challenges of validation in the IoT
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June Woodland from DCG Futures Group presenting the opportunities IoT brings to law enforcement

All presentation files included here belong to the presenter and/or their organisation, and have been made available with the individual's explicit permission. All presentation content (including the title, slides, narrative) reflect the views of the speaker, and not (necessarily) those of the University of Southampton.

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