GIoT: CryptoParty, 22 November

UCL’s Gender and IoT (G-IoT) research team are organising a “CryptoParty” (digital security training) followed by a panel discussion with policymakers, charity representatives, and technologists on the 22nd of November from 6-9pm in London. The session coincides with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. The G-IoT team has been working together with the London VAWG Consortium, the PETRAS IoT Hub, and Privacy International to investigate the …

Experiencing the Future of IoT at the V&A

As part of the House Training the Internet of Things (HTIoT) project from Lancaster University  Joe Lindley, Adrian Gradinar, and Paul Coulton provided a unique experience in the form of the Living Room of the Future (LRofTF) for visitors attending the Digital Design Weekend at the V&A in London. The LRoTF platfrom was developed with PETRAS partners BBC R&D as …

Bodies in the Cloud: SGP Team @ CPDP

The Computers, Privacy, & Data Protection (CPDP) conference is an annual three-day event devoted to privacy and data protection. CPDP gathers academics, lawyers, practitioners, policy-makers, industry, and civil society from all over the world in Brussels. It offers an arena to exchange ideas and discuss the latest legal, regulatory, academic, and technological developments, making CPDP one of the leading data protection and …

At the Intersection of Data Privacy and the Internet of Things

Chatham House recently hosted a roundtable discussion with Julie Brill who was a Commissioner with the US Federal Trade Commission from 2010-2016 and has an extensive background in data protection, privacy and cyber security. ‘At the Intersection of Data Privacy and the Internet of Things’, chaired by Emily Taylor developed a number of interesting lines of discussion amongst the group. …