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OWASP Birmingham, UK

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16th December 2015


Aston Science Park Faraday Wharf, Holt St, Birmingham B7 4BB


Tickets at *watch this space*


This months Christmas special will be a little different from previous events.

With the help of the guys from Pen Test Partners we will be having an IoT hackathon, so bring along a laptop.

You will have the chance to investigate the security of a number of IoT devices such as the infamous iKettle, iCoffee and My Friend Kayla, as well as some some surprise devices. If you have an IoT device you'd like to take a look at, then feel free to bring it along.

Tickets will be made available once the venue has confirmed our booking.


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December 16th, Birmingham Science Park