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Are you a user of smart-home devices? Then, this talk is for you!
TJ O'Connor Talks About
A Case Against the Smart Things
Tuesday, November 9th, 2021 @ 8:00 pm
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 A myriad of security challenges has accompanied the rapid proliferation of internet-of-things (IoT) smart-home devices. While smart-home security cameras, locks, digital speakers, and thermostats offer the promise of security, their naïve implementations often introduce vulnerability into our digitally connected lives. We argue that the consumer demand for inexpensive IoT has led to a supply of grossly insecure devices. In this talk, we explore our lab’s research identifying various design and implementation flaws that we discovered. Further, we attempt to explain the root causes of these issues and discuss future work to offer greater transparency and control of IoT devices. 
Event Starts: 
Tuesday, November 9th, 2021 @ 8:00 pm
Event will be held via Zoom.
Register here and a Zoom link will be sent to your email the day before the event!
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Meet the Presenter

Dr. TJ O’Connor is the cybersecurity program chair at Florida Tech and former US Army Paratrooper. He leads a practice-based curriculum for cybersecurity and serves as the Lab Director for the IoT Security & Privacy Lab. 

His research investigates information security education, the vulnerability of internet-of-things devices, wireless protocols, and software-defined networking. 

Dr. O’Connor served 20 years as an Army Officer, retiring in 2019 at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. His service included an academic appointment to the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the US Military Academy and four assignments supporting the Special Forces from the tactical level in Afghanistan and culminated as the Chief Information Officer for the 1st Special Forces Command Headquarters.

Dr. O’Connor is active in cyber security competitions and is the current coach for the FITSec Cybersecurity Team and the US Cyber Games Team. In his free time, he enjoys Brazilian jiu jitsu, jet-skiing, and playing capture-the-flag games. 

To learn more about TJ O'Connor, please visit his website at www.tjoconnor.org.
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