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  1. View the recording: This webinar has passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the recording free on MyPortal. Simply logon and navigate to Technologies > Security. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Presenter: Michael O'Flaherty, Security Consultant, UXC Saltbush Description: Applying an IT Security approach to the Internet of Things (IOT) is akin to picking a lock with a blowtorch. The approach is not fit for purpose and will ultimately end in frustration, burnt hands and very little of the lock’s func
  2. Casino hacked via a thermometer in a lobby aquarium – what a nice story. Sad, there is no technical details in the article. http://www.businessinsider.de/hackers-stole-a-casinos-database-through-a-thermometer-in-the-lobby-fish-tank-2018-4?r=UK&IR=T
  3. Introduction Replacing prisons with high tech systems capable of detaining prisoners in their own homes and the use of artificial intelligence to predict and prevent imminent offenses may sound the stuff of science fiction, but rapid advances in technology surrounding IoT makes such a vision a possibility worth discussing. A system that effectively turns prisoners into internet nodes using IoT wearables with the ability to deliver electric shocks would have significant social impact. These ramifications need to be taken into account along with engineering design and legal considerati
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    Learn the latest developments on Privacy & Consent, Customer Experience and the IoT. Hear the HSBC Case Study: Customer Identity Management – Democratised and Commoditised Watch the Alexa Demo featuring biometrics thought leaders Daon Interact with the panelists as they discuss the Evolving Role of Privacy in Digital Transformation Network with other business leaders and digital identity experts across this fast moving industry These global summit series bring together visionary analysts, executives, technical experts, thought leaders and other identity professi
  5. Tim Kannegieter

    Shodan

    Shodan a search engine specifically designed for the Internet of things. It allows the user to find specific types of things connected to the internet using a variety of filters. This is enabled by storing the meta-data that the IoT devices broadcast. Shodan allows user to determine all parts of your network that are accessible from the internet, categorise the things into types, show what devices are broadcasting using particular SCADA protocols (such as Modbus, S7, DNP2, Fox, BACnet, Ethernet/IP, GE-SRTP, HART and PCWorx) and show where they are being used geographically. Website: http
  6. Tim Kannegieter

    Spiral Systems

    "Spiral Systems conceive, design, build, test and introduce into service systems that meet customer needs, comply with safety and security regulations and are highly maintainable." Website: http://www.spiralsystems.com.au/
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    Connected/Smart transport systems encompass a broad range of vehicle and embedded transport systems to manage complexity, optimise performance, and ensure safety of vehicles, passengers and users of the transport system. In practical terms this means autonomous vehicles, roadside sensors and an interconnected system encompassing transit systems, ticketing and rail. Cybersecurity issues in this connected transport system pose a threat to the safety and efficient running are amongst the major concerns of Government and policy bodies. IoTSec Australia is hosting the third of its IoT Cyber F
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