Companies and researchers are exploring ways to make software and hardware development easier for the masses. Soon you will be able to build your own autonomous drone, create a sensor that assess the watering needs of your plants, and develop a cat tracking device with minimal coding and hardware skills.
What is the place of security and privacy in this exciting development?
Are we building the next generation of Internet security vulnerabilities right now?
In his talk Hannes Tschofenig will highlight challenges with Internet of Things, what role standardization plays, and what contributions ARM, a provider of microprocessor IP, is making to improve IoT security.