Our IET colleagues would like to invite you to one of their learned meetings where they will explore how some recent advances in cryptography can help address some of the security challenges of the “Internet of Everything”
In recent years there has been a substantial increase in the number and variety of devices connected to networks and the internet. More and more applications are emerging that interconnect these devices and their data, and it seems that the future will have “smart” everything, from smart houses and cars to smart cities and transport. While these exciting developments undoubtedly bring considerable benefits to our lives, there is also the potential for significant security risks.
In this talk Professor Waller will introduce some of the security challenges for the future “Internet of everything”, and then focus on how some recent advances in cryptography could help.
Date and Time: 16 June 2016 – 18:30-21:00
Location@ Coventry, United Kingdom – Coventry Uni. Engineering (map).
Organised by the UK – W.Mids:Coventry&Warks local network.
Please go to http://www.theiet.org/events/local/227320.cfm to register – to help them plan the refreshments, thanks