John Matherly, CEO at Shodan, presents at the Internet of Things Event: “Privacy: What IoT needs to get fixed fast!”.
The Internet of Things is bringing with it an age of exploration and the return of long-forgotten security problems. With the flood of devices coming on the market every day there’s an overwhelming amount of information being sent across the Internet 24/7. At the same time, faster connection speeds and better tools give us the ability to find devices faster than ever before. See how the combination of IoT and the latest in network scanning lets us gather information from around the world in real-time.
About John Matherly
John Matherly is an Internet cartographer, speaker and founder of Shodan, the world’s first search engine for the Internet-connected devices. Printers, webcams, power plants and more have been found over time and the revelations have changed the way security and privacy on the Internet is perceived. Shodan is already seeing TVs, cell phones, traffic lights, industrial controls, infrastructure plants and various home appliances pop-up in the search results. And more of these Internet of Things devices are added each day as the world is becoming more connected. For the past years, he has been featured in the news on CNBC, CNN Money, Bloomberg, Washington Post, Forbes, Time and many others.
Shodan provides real-time intelligence on Internet-connected devices for the purpose of cyber security, marketing and academic research.
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