SPLICE in collaboration with Dartmouth’s Institute for Security, Technology, and Society (ISTS) recently hosted a panel discussion amongst security and privacy leaders currently at the forefront of cybersecurity industry and research.
Panelists discussed some of the most pressing privacy challenges related to the “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices, such as smart phones, smart watches, and other smart devices.
If you’ve ever wondered “Is my TV spying on me?,” or whether that firmware update really is safe to download, or you are interested in learning more about federated learning models vs the “Hoover” approach with respect to IoT devices, you can watch the recording of the panel at the bottom of this post.
Our panelists were April Doss, JD (Chair of Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP); Hamed Haddadi, PhD (Professor in Human-Centered Systems at Imperial College London); Susan Landau, PhD (Bridge Professor in Cyber Security and Policy at Tufts University); and Avi Rubin, PhD (Technical Director of the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute). David Kotz, PhD (Professor of Computer Science at Dartmouth and SPLICE Principal Investigator) was the moderator.