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What can we learn about the origins of smart city privacy from what privacy meant in Neolithic cities? For one, privacy seems to be an intrinsic human need.
"Credential stuffing" is a dangerous brute force attack to which smart home owners are particularly exposed. We need better admin. and cybersecurity practices.
From smart homes to smart cars to smart cities, IoT enables new government surveillance practices. What should the average citizen make of this?
This 2nd installment in our series on smart city privacy explores how two of the earliest cities, Çatalhöyük and Jericho, navigated urban privacy issues.
It's becoming a fundamental matter of corporate social responsibility (CSR) for tech firms to bake security and privacy into the heart of IoT products.
The "security by design" approach—principles that makes security a core concern for designers and devs—can improve the dangerous insecurity of IoT systems.
On this #AskIoT episode, we discuss how to decide between Internet of Things (IoT) platforms and what a typical buyer's journey looks like.
This is the first in a series discussing smart cities and the privacy implications of living in such an environment. We first need to dive into history.
The NGI, or Next Generation Internet (NGI) initiative, was started by the European Commission back in 2016. It's funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The initiative...
People are scared of the unknown. So naturally, one reason why artificial intelligence (AI) hasn't yet been widely adopted may be because the rationale behind a...
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