The Smart Card and Internet of Things Security Centre (SCC-IoT) will be running its annual open day on 30 August 2017 from 10am-4pm in the Picture Gallery at Royal Holloway, University of London. This is a free exhibition (50:50 mix of industry and student exhibits) that acts as a relaxed networking and exhibition event for its sponsors, supporters and industry lecturers plus honoured guests and students (some will be looking for jobs!). The Open Day includes practical demonstrations of products and technology, some short sound-bite presentations from industry/government/academic experts plus a prestige lecture from a distinguished guest.
This year, the keynote lecture will be given by Ken Munro, Pen Test Partners. The title of his talk is: "The IoT does actually make me WannaCry. The truth behind ransomware, botnets and your household goodies."
Registration is essential via this Eventbrite link.
Please note: The event is free for sponsors, exhibitors, RHUL staff and students, but other attendees are strongly encouraged to make a donation of £25 per person to help cover costs (including buffet lunch, teas/coffees etc). Payment can be made as follows:
- Preferred payment method: via the RHUL online shop
- Alternatively, on the day by cash or cheques made payable to 'Royal Holloway University of London'
Many thanks are due to the SCC-IoT Open Day 2017 Sponsors: Infineon, Multos, Nationwide, Pen Test Partners and UL.
|Time ||Activity |
Introduction and Welcome to the Event
Welcome to Royal Holloway: Professor Paul Layzell (Principal)
Welcome to the Open Day: Professor Konstantinos Markantonakis (Director)
Exhibition Morning Session Start
||Sound Bite 1: John Moor, IoTSF "IoT security - so what's new?"
||Sound Bite 2: Chris Loreskar, Trustonic "Securing IoT"
||Buffet Lunch Start
||Exhibition Afternoon Session Start
||Sound Bite 3: Nationwide
||Sound Bite 4: NCSC, "Physical threats to smart cards"
||Deadline for best student exhibitor voting
||Award for best MSc student exhibitors
Guest Lecture (Main Lecture Theatre)
Introduction by Professor Keith Mayes (Head of School of Mathematics and Information Security and Director of the Information Security Group)
Ken Munro (Pen Test Partners) - "The IoT does actually make me WannaCry. The truth behind ransomware, botnets and your household goodies."
||Speaker thanks and closing remarks from Professor Keith Mayes
||Exhibitor clear away