»IoT Freedom and Security«
2018-10-14, 12:05–12:35, Amph. A

More and more devices, which were traditionally stand-alone appliances, now come with an interface to the Internet, the Internet of Things (IoT). These devices receive from - or also send data to - servers or peers online. This ability to communicate with practically anyone and anything in the world has radically changed the privacy, security and freedom aspects of these devices. In this talk I want to investigate how we as users, as hackers, as developers, but also as citizens can react to this new situation. I want to talk about new threats, new opportunities and about available and possible solutions for them.

Draft outline: * What is embedded? What is IoT? How does it affect us? * Do we control devices or do devices control us? * Best practices for embedded systems * How to take action