If you’re interested in our Motion Project or IoT security, come and meet us at the Smart IoT event at ExCel in London on the 12th and 13th of April 2016. We’ll have a stand in the InnOvaTe Launchpad, IL16.
Our CEO, David Rogers will be speaking in two sessions:
Copper Horse wrote the original IoT security strategy for the GSMA and this is now starting to come to fruition with the publication of a great set of IoT Security Guidelines which will help implementers and solutions providers make global IoT more secure. Watch our CEO and other IoT security experts have to say about the work.
We are excited to announce that Copper Horse will be exhibiting at Mobile World Congress 2016 at the Grand FIRA in Barcelona 22-25 February 2016. Come and visit us in Hall 7 at Stand 7C70e. We will have some fun challenges on our stand including the chance to try your hand at lock picking. We will also be demonstrating the intelligent door, part of the Motion Project, allowing the monitoring of very distinct data points while allowing you full control of your privacy. Here at Copper Horse, we firmly believe that you are not the product.
You’ll… Continue reading
Our CEO, David Rogers recently presented at Bletchley Park on some of the security issues facing IoT as part of the NMI IoT Security Summit. If you’re interested in the future of IoT security, the future connected world, including connected living, smart cities and automotive feel free to get in contact and have a chat with us.
Copper Horse Solutions’ Lead Developer, Mark Neve introduces some of our recent acquisitions…
Here at Copper Horse we’ve recently been taking to the sky with our mini-fleet of quadcopter drones. Although we have some really cool projects simmering away which we can’t talk about just yet, we think this would be a good time to introduce our quads.
The first copter we purchased was the Hubsan X4 which cost around £40 from the high street. This quad was primarily used for flight practise before we graduated to bigger and better equipment. It’s a very… Continue reading
Copper Horse’s Mobile Security Intern, April Baracho looks at some data privacy issues for the Internet of Things in homes:
Smart homes are changing the way we live. More efficient power consumption and connected appliances that communicate with one another are increasingly becoming a reality in many homes. From door locks to thermostats to remote controlled lighting, every aspect of the way in which we interact with home appliances is changing. The key question: Is it for the better?
In many ways, our lives could be much easier. Waking up in a smart home might very likely… Continue reading
Copper Horse’s Mobile Security Intern, April Baracho discusses challenges and methods of setting up secure and usable associations for IoT devices that have no visible user interface.
We are living in a world that is getting to be increasingly interconnected, an environment best described as the ‘Internet of Things’. Central to the existence and proliferation of the IoT is the automation of mundane tasks. This in turn depends on the ability of devices to communicate with each other with minimal human interaction. In order to achieve this, any device joining the network needs to be enrolled onto it.… Continue reading
Another year and we’re back again. This year’s Copper Horse security dinner will take place as usual at a secret location in Barcelona on the 23rd of February. With some of the world’s leading minds in mobile security present, it’s the hottest ticket for Sunday night. Contact us if you’d like to attend, there’s a limited number of places. As always, we split the bill at the end.
Earlier this year, we promised to release the full version of our work which led to our Mobile Security Leaflet. We’re pleased to say that this is now available as a short book, “Mobile Security: A Guide for Users” from this site. We hope that you find it useful. It should be interesting for everyone from veterans of the mobile industry through to the people it’s really designed for, everyday users. The guidance on lost and stolen devices, threats and attacks and how to keep yourself safe should be applicable to everyone who owns a mobile phone. Happy reading!