PETRAS IET Event 2023: Living Securely in the Internet of Things


Living Securely in the Internet of Things: 16 June 2023 at the IET’s Savoy Place, London.  

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An open, free event showcasing the best of PETRAS’s cutting edge research on IoT cybersecurity, and related issues of Privacy, Ethics, Trust, Reliability, Acceptability and Security.  

At this event you will engage with PETRAS’s expansive network of academics, industry leaders and government officials, enjoy an exciting, interactive exhibition, and hear informative, thought-provoking talks 


Exhibition 11:00-19:00 

The exhibition will communicate complex and provocative issues relating to IoT cybersecurity through art installations, interactive demonstrations and exhibition stands in the IET’s impressive Thames-side Riverside Room.  

Talks 11:00-17:00 

Talks will run in parallel to the exhibition and will include multidisciplinary experts in a range of guest lectures, panel debates and short presentations. Topics will cover both social and technical issues relating to the Internet of Things, AI and Machine Learning 

Networking Reception 17:00-19:00 

The event will conclude with drinks and canapes in the Riverside Room with panoramic views of the Thames. This will be an opportunity to network with the PETRAS community. 

Please note there the schedule may be subject to changes.  

Talks and exhibition activities will run across the entire day, allowing attendees the flexibility to create their own custom programme. . Refreshments and lunch will be provided. 

Further details of this exciting programme will be announced soon. 

Speaker and Exhibit Contributions: 

We are encouraging contributions from our network.  

There are two broad ways you can do this: talks and exhibits. If you are interested in contributing, please click on the link here for more information on the different ways you can contribute to this event and to complete our short expression of interest form. 

If you would like to speak with us about your idea before expressing an interest please contact Synthesis Fellow, Joe Bourne. 


Register via the Eventbrite page here.