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The call for papers for IoT Village at DEF CON 24 is now open!

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  • The call for papers for IoT Village at DEF CON 24 is now open!

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    Originally posted by goopcat View Post

    I am not affiliated with this event and nothing I write is authoritative for it.

    Originally posted by details
    Organized by security consulting and research firm Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), The IoT Villageā„¢ delivers thought leadership advocating for security advancements in Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The village consists of workshops on hacking numerous off-the-shelf devices (e.g. medical devices, home appliances, routers, and storage devices), live educational talks and a variety of contests.

    At the village, there will be devices that can be connected to wirelessly and wired, where participants can seek guidance and/or advice from ISE security analysts.

    The village will promote a high level of collaboration which could include helping out participants or giving tutorials on past and current exploits. This would make for a more energetic and educational environment.

    The workshop will be facilitated by the elite group of security researchers and consultants at ISE. The workshop will give live demonstrations on how to hack off-the-shelf devices within the Internet of Things.

    The talk track will be opened to the all attendees at DEF CON 24; it will be a first come, first serve type of track. Attendees who wish to speak can submit their talks early to reserve a timeslot or can simply show up to the village. All talks must be approved by the IoT village committee before an attendee can give their presentation.

    Talks should be relevant to the Internet of Things, no product or service pitches. Talks can range from 20 to 50 minutes, aiming to spark interaction with the audience, provoke conversation, and solicit questions and feedback.

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