Workshop on "Enhancing consumer trust regarding smart devices safety: threats and proposals" by the Department of Computing of Metropolitan College
The Department of Computing of Metropolitan College invites organised with great success a scientific Workshop on "Enhancing consumer trust regarding smart devices safety: threats and proposals", which took place on Wednesday, April 1 during the 5th INFOCOM SECURITY conference.
The main speakers of the Workshop were:
• Dr. Emmanouil Serrelis, CISM, BEng, MSc, MBA, PhD (InfoSec)
• Stelios Kavalaris, MSc in Information Security and Computer Forensics
• Fragiskos-Emmanouil Kioupakis, MSc in Information Security and Computer Forensics
• Konstantinos Kaltsas, MSc in Information Security and Computer Forensics
The increase of smart devices use in every home or business location is one of the latest high tech consumer trends. How many of us though are aware of the digital threats of this trend? For many manufacturers, the user-friendly profile of these devices overpowers their safety standards, something that cannot be easily discerned by the final consumer.
Metropolitan College's post-graduate team of the Department of Computing, after completion of their latest research project presented during the Workshop, came to the conclusion that it is crucial to inform the public regarding these threats, with a simple but measurable and comparable way. During the Workshop, the latest generation of digital threats will be pointed out and the students' research team will present a new method through which one can inform consumers but also alert smart devices manufacturers.
It is worth mentioning that the Workshop was fully booked and received the warm interest of all attendants.
Visit the conference's website for additional information and registration.