At this evening meeting in London on Thursday 18 July we have three talks with speakers looking at what’s new in cryptography and security. We last looked at this topic in April 2015, and in the intervening time the maker movement has evolved often, but not always, for the better.
This is a joint meeting with the UK Open Source Hardware User Group.
Christopher Wade of Pen Test Partners will present an analysis of common weaknesses in IOT devices.
Glyn Wintle, CTO at dxwcyber, will explain why you should choose Open Source crypto.
Alec Muffett of the Open Rights Group and Deliveroo will deliver a talk on why and how you should start using Onion Networking.
Full details, including how to register are on the events page.