VIDEO: Conference on Security and #Privacy for the Internet of Things @PrincetonCITP @WilsonSchool #IoTPrinceton

IoT PrincetonOn Friday October 21 2016 the Center for Internet Policy (CITP) and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs presented a Conference on Security and Privacy for the Internet of Things at Princeton University. The conference convened experts at the intersection of technology and policy from industry, academia, and civil society to discuss the latest issues surrounding the security and privacy for the Internet of Things. Video of the entire event has now been posted. (Twitter: #IoTPrinceton)

Panel 1 – Consumer Security and Protection

Michelle De Mooy, Center for Democracy and Technology; Cora Han, Federal Trade Commission; Ben Zorn, Microsoft; Brett Frischmann, Princeton University and Cardozo Law School; Moderator: Margaret Martonosi, Princeton University.

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Panel 2 – Security and Privacy in Real-World IoT Deployment

Jay Dominick, Princeton University; Ben Zevenbergen, Princeton University and Oxford Internet Institute; Ajay Kulkarni, iobeam; Mike Glenn, CableLabs; Moderator: Nick Feamster, Princeton University

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Panel 3 – Data Collection and Sharing

Seda Gürses, KU Leuven; Travis Hall, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) ; Arvind Narayanan, Princeton University; Helen Nissenbaum, New York University; Moderator: Kyle Jamieson, Princeton University.

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Panel 4 – Toward a Robust and Secure IoT

Alissa Cooper, Cisco; Vyas Sekar, Carnegie Mellon University; Keith Winstein, Stanford University; Joe Calandrino, Federal Trade Commission; Moderator: Miguel Centeno, Princeton University

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