Great news! 📣 Recording of Binare’s EUH4D IoT-SESOD Project Zoom Webinare which took place on 31st of January 2022 in LinkedIn is now available on our Youtube channel to watch 👏

Many thanks everyone who attended the event 🙏 and we hope you found it insightful, useful & of great learning💡

#IoT #InternetOfThings #IIoT #IndustrialInternetOfThings #SBoM #SoftwareBillOfMaterials #Cybersecurity

About EUHubs4Data IoT-SESOD Project:

IoT-SESOD aims to run closed-loop system experiment producing cybersecurity dataset(s), namely generating complete and accurate (I)IoT firmware SBoMs and their always-up-to-date vulnerability (CVE) mappings.

By 2025, 80% of the data will be processed by IoT devices, though many times they are “black-boxes” from UI/UX and cybersecurity perspectives. New security reports are regularly published about new vulnerabilities in IoT devices. Many of those vulnerabilities are the result of integration/reuse of (vulnerable) software components, as well as discovery of new vulnerabilities in thought-to-be-secure components. The reuse of (vulnerable) components has a high negative impact as it increases many-fold the attack surface and entry-points to production and home networks. Most of the times, it is hard/impossible to know what is running inside an IoT device/firmware and whether (vulnerable) components are reused, as most IoT firmware comes in binary packages and vendors almost never publish software composition also known as Software Bill of Materials (SBoM).

About Speaker:

Andrei Costin, PhD is the CEO/co-founder of

Dr. Costin is also a Senior Lecturer/Docent Assistant Professor in Cybersecurity at University of Jyvaskyla (Central Finland), with a particular focus on IoT/firmware cybersecurity and Digital Privacy. He received his PhD in 2015 from EURECOM/Télécom Paris under co-supervision of Prof. Aurélien Francillon and Prof. Davide Balzarotti.

Dr. Costin has been publishing and presenting at more than 45 top international cybersecurity venues, both academic (Usenix Security, ACM ASIACCS, etc.) and industrial (BalckHat, CCC, HackInTheBox, etc.). He is the author of the first practical ADS-B attacks (BlackHat 2012) and has literally established the large-scale automated firmware analysis research areas (Usenix Security 2014) – these two works are considered seminal in their respective areas, being also most cited at the same time.

About Binare: is a recent deep-tech cybersecurity spinoff from University of Jyvaskyla. Binare develops advanced automated solutions for (I)IoT cybersecurity. Binare’s flagship: IoT Firmware Analysis and Monitoring platform provides full automation and integration with both DevOps/SecOps pipelines to improve (I)IoT device security throughout its lifecycle. 

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