Tokyo IoT Meetup #3 [CANCELLED]

Thu, 27 Feb 2020 19:00 - 21:30 JST


東京都渋谷区神宮前4丁目22番3号 Palace Gin


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Please note that this event has been cancelled.

Unfortunately we'll have to cancel this Thursday's meetup to reduce the infection risk regarding the current Coronavirus situation.

I'm very sorry that this comes so suddenly, I'm sure you were all looking forward to the event. I hope you'll be able to join the next meetup (with the same talks, if our speakers will be so kind!) that will be scheduled once the situation clears up a bit.


19:00 〜 19:30 Doors open

Grab a drink and relax before the talks start.

19:30 〜 20:00 IoT Mobile App Security - Hank Wyatt

It seems every new device these days has a custom app to go along with it. The security of the mobile app is just as important as the device itself. This talk will demonstrate some of the tools and techniques attackers use to compromise mobile apps. I hope these demos will show why sensitive information should never be stored in a mobile app as well as why communications from a mobile app should never be trusted.

Hank is an IT security consultant specializing in penetration testing. When not behind a keyboard he can be found wandering the streets of Tokyo speaking very broken Japanese. He once had a dream to be a professional table tennis player but then learned he's not very good at table tennis.

20:00 〜 20:15 Break

A quick break for some snacks and a chat!

20:15 〜 20:45 Continuous Testing of Embedded System I/O Interfaces - Chris Cook

Embedded systems can be very dependent on interfaces to real world / real time IO. Validating these systems using Continuous Testing is very beneficial but can be challenging. This talk will discuss the challenges involved, our specific solutions, and demonstrate an on site GitHub Action Runner process used to do Continuous Testing on our firmware IO modules.

Chris is a Hardware / Software engineer with decades of experience developing platforms for use from the cloud to the ground. He has developed platform systems and software for many startups and Fortune 100 companies including NCR, Altell, and NASA. He is passionate about testing and building extendable systems. In conjunction with TenTen, he is currently assisting in the development of an IoT platform targeted at automated retail systems. In his spare time he builds 3D Modeled artwork and grows many flowers.

20:45 〜 21:30 Open Networking

Discuss the talks or anything else IoT related with the other attendants.

Venue sponsor

TenTen is building an IoT platform that seamlessly integrates with automated points of sale such as vending machines, coin operated washing machines or parking meters. We enable our customers to offer cashless payments, loyalty rewards and more to their users via our mobile application, and provide them with tools to analyze location sales, streamline inventory management and improve maintenance dispatch.

About the venue

  • The venue is on the top floor of a residential building, so there is no company sign downstairs. Ring for room number 301 and somebody will let you in.
  • Please be sure to be quiet in the lobby area to avoid disturbing residents.

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Tokyo IoT Meetup

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We run events and meetups for developers in and around Tokyo that work in the Internet of Things (IoT) field. Our goal is to connect the Tokyo IoT community, share resources, learn from each other ...

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