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Internet of Things Sydney Message Board › IoT Sydney meetup (Thursday 27nd)

IoT Sydney meetup (Thursday 27nd)

Justin M.
jmclean
Group Organizer
Sydney, AU
Hi,

Show up at 6pm for a 6:30 start, drinks and pizza will be provided.

We're teaming up with YOW! connected (a mobile and IoT conference 21st-22nd September in Melbourne) and have a special talk on the Internet of Scary Things for you on Thursday night.

We're also giving away a ticket to YOW! connected, there's no need to attend the meetup to be in the running just fill out this form.

Christopher Biggs speaking about The Internet Of Scary Things and Jim Mussared giving a talk on teaching embedded programming to school kids with the BBC micro:bit and MicroPython.

The Internet Of Scary Things - Guidance for Developing and Deploying IoT Products

The Internet of Things (IoT) has recently been somewhat of a laughing stock,
with poorly designed and managed IoT devices being associated with severe
privacy leaks, theft of service, and botnet-perpetrated denial-of-service
attacks. The currently circulating joke goes "The S in IoT stands for
Security!"

This presentation covers how to recognise and avoid risks to your business
from adopting IoT, some best practices for selecting and deploying IoT
devices, and most importantly, for developers of IoT products, how to avoid
repeating the mistakes of the past, through good architecture, quality
processes and use of the right tools and frameworks. I will talk about ways
to ensure that less-secure or rogue devices cannot damage your network or
the Internet at large, how to monitor and control your IoT devices to keep
them safe and functional, and how to choose among the growing collection of
incompatible frameworks for IoT systems.

IoT is the Wild West - Criminals have outrun the Law, but the Law, and good
development practices, are catching up. My presentation will teach you about
the  guidelines, traps, tools and frameworks that you need to know about to
avoid becoming the next "IoT is." joke.

Thanks,
Justin
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