IOT Bowling over
IOT is represented as gigantic bowling ball with various connected device which is held by privacy wedge that stops it from bowling over.
Sketch 1 (1,500 characters)
I have represented various connected IOT devices as a gigantic bowling ball that is held securely in position by a tiny privacy wedge that stops it from rolling over and bowling over a family of a child, husband and wife. Here people are like bowling pins which is the target of hackers, the data generated from various devices has huge implications on cyber security.
If hackers manage to crack the IOT system of house then they can compromise the confidential data and exploit to wipe out or damage an entire family.
Sketch 2 (1,500 characters)
Better sketch can be developed for further stages of illustration.
What have you learned through this sketching process? (1,000 characters)
I have learnt the importance of story telling using visuals and the skill of turning the image to give different perspective of the viewer when they think through various creative mindset.
Tell us more about you. (1,000 characters)
I am an innovator from Bangalore, India I have won 50+ Innovation awards from some of the best companies in the world & from universities like MIT for solving technical challenges & business problems across a vast variety of fields, I am a data analyst profession, cyber security enthusiast & a mechanical engineer. I use cross pollination of technologies across industries to solve problems in a innovative manner and likes to break down complex problems into simple elements. I am also the founder of an innovation portal called givemechallenge.com where I list innovation opportunities across the world including sites like Openideo and encourage youth to take up challenges and solve them. I also have a considerable experience with visual designs as in most of my projects I need to clearly illustrate my ideas before it could be made a reality.
Why are you participating in this Challenge? (750 characters)
I have gone through the entire brief and did some intensive research in this sector and I really felt the need for a change in the visuals that were used to represent cyber security, I think the different design principles mentioned in the guide was helpful in aligning the thinking and it is really possible to convey better information to public as I believe a picture is worth a thousand words.
What is your experience with the field of cybersecurity?
I have considerable experience and/or knowledge in the cybersecurity field.
What best describes you?
I’m a cybersecurity professional with an interest in visuals.
How did you hear about this OpenIDEO Challenge?
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