While the allegedly bugged Soviet hotel rooms were shrouded in secrecy, the tales about them bear a fascinating resemblance to a modern phenomenon, a home filled with smart technology that could easily be used for espionage. Smart Home ecosystems bring us convenience and practicality we have never seen before, but they also raise privacy concerns. As we invite smart technology to our homes, we are faced with the fact that convenience comes at the cost of privacy and with an unsettling hunch that we may not be aware of how much of our privacy we are trading off. Are we in fact bugging our own homes?
Networking for students and companies 13th December 2022 Hybrid event, enjoy coffee and snacks with us in Pietarsaari-Finland or participate online from your sofa! We start at 3:30 PM Finnish time (Helsinki Time, Eastern European Time (EET), UTC +2) 15:30 Coffee/Tea and Snacks/Sandwiches 16:00 “DevSecOps, Imbedding security into modern software development”. Camilla Colliander, Security Consultant, […]
Privacy invasion is bad, but actual home invasion is even worse. Criminals can easily figure out when the house is empty if they have access to the smart meter readings and plan according to that data.