Professors Camp & Kohno named as judges for FTC IoT Contest

Professors Jean Camp & Tadayoshi Kohno named as judges for FTC IoT Contest

In the search for better consumer solutions to IoT security failures, the FTC is holding a contest for the best device that will help consumers scan their networks for potential security openings based in out of date software on IoT devices. Winners will get $25,000 for first place, or $3,000 for honorable mention.

Judges for the contest include IU’s Jean Camp and UW’s Tadayoshi Kohno who are two of the lead professors for the IoT Research Center.

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FTC contest seeks to crowdsource IoT security tools


Additional information is from Krebs on Security:


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