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Greetings!  This is the program for the Epic Innovation Sessions hosted at Nipmuc Regional High School on Saturday, Nov 9, 2019.  It is open to anyone who is interested to come to find out why Massachusetts is the most innovative state in the nation.  You MUST register to attend this event.  Teachers will be given 4 PDPs for completion of the day.  Registration closes at 11:59 pm Friday, Nov 1, 2019.  Register at https://tinyurl.com/EpicInnovations.
Saturday, November 9 • 10:00am - 10:30am
Tracking Anonymized Bluetooth Devices LIMITED

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Bluetooth devices are everywhere around us. Many modern devices broadcast a lot of information via Bluetooth all the time. In order to prevent tracking, devices can hide their device identities by using randomized addresses, which is supposed to prevent the risk of being trackable. We found a way to track different devices that supposedly prevent tracking, and published our findings at a large conference on privacy earlier this year. I will give you an overview of this work and tell you how to reduce your risk of being trackable via Bluetooth.

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avatar for Johannes Becker

Johannes Becker

PhD Candidate, Boston University
I am a PhD Candidate in Computer Engineering at Boston University. I work cybersecurity, specifically focusing on communication security of wireless connected devices.



Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:30am
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