Tag Archives: Internet of Things

IoT BLE Security Vulnerability

Results of a study undertaken by an SRA supported by School RKE funds.

“Things” as referred to in The Internet of “Things”, are everyday objects that have been adapted to be hosts for low energy sensors. These sensors provide the data thus enabling  these “Things” (Devices) to communicate with a network of some kind, in order to either share data or be managed, using a range of Bluetooth and Wireless technologies.

Low energy sensors can be embedded into many devices such as light switches, door locks, power sockets and actuators, which in turn are used to control or monitor more complex things such as central heating systems and home security systems.

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Internet of Things (IoT) – How private is your private life?

Last November I was invited to give a keynote speech at the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Research in Computational Intelligence and Computer Networks (ICRCICN 2015) held in Kolkata, India.  I chose the topic “The Internet of Everything: How secure should it be?”* The more I thought about the security of the IoT, the more I realised how IoT could make individuals insecure and vulnerable and that the coming of IoT could seriously impact on our privacy!

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