|1030-1155||Technical session |
(x4 15 min sessions, with 25 mins open discussion)
Benchmarking IoT Devices: Enhancing Privacy and Security in a Connected World
Anna Maria Mandalari
With the increasing number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, it is crucial to ensure that these devices meet the highest standards for privacy and security. This talk will highlight current methods for benchmarking IoT devices and provide insights into how these methods can be improved to enhance privacy and security.
I will explore my longer-term research vision towards building an IoT user-centered ecosystem which is privacy-aware, secure, efficient, and reliable.
Anna Maria Mandalari works as Assistant Professor at University College London (UCL). She is affiliated with the Electronic & Electrical Engineering Department and member of the UCL’s Academic Center of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR). She is Honorary Research Fellow at the Institute for Security Science and Technology at Imperial College London.
Her research interests are IoT, privacy, security, networking and Internet measurement techniques. She studies privacy implications and information exposure from IoT devices. She works on the problem of modelling, designing, and evaluating adaptation strategies based on Internet measurements techniques.
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