Shodan founder John Matherly to speak at the National Cyber Summit for second year in a row
The National Cyber Summit is glad to welcome back John Matherly, founder of Internet of Things search engine Shodan, to be a keynote speaker for the second year in a row.
Shodan is the world’s first computer search engine that allows users to find computers based on operating system, geography, software or network range. Matherly launched the system in 2009 after what began as a hobby in 2003, when he conceived the idea of searching devices linked to the Internet.
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