#teissLondon2018: On the internet, nobody knows you are a fridge

#teissLondon2018: On the internet, nobody knows you are a fridge

TEISS2018: On the internet, nobody knows you are a fridge

#teissLondon2018, the biggest and most comprehensive cyber security summit will take place at ILEC in London on February 20 & 21. One of the presentations during the course of the summit is titled 'On the internet, nobody knows you are a fridge', delivered by Paul Heffernan, ex-ethical hacker and Group CISO for Unipart Group of Companies.

During the presentation, Heffernan will be trying to get across to the audience that although many businesses are embracing IoT for the opportunity to get work done faster, cheaper and to have a competitive advantage, there is increasing concern that it could introduce unknown risks to a business. Cyber security is already a very complex area for businesses so the introduction of IoT to the mix ends up adding another dimension to the risk.

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