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Towards an integrated privacy protection framework for IoT: contextualising regulatory requirements with industry best practices.

Towards an integrated privacy protection framework for IoT: contextualising regulatory requirements with industry best practices.
Towards an integrated privacy protection framework for IoT: contextualising regulatory requirements with industry best practices.
One of the main obstacles to the widespread adoption of IoT devices and services is consumers' privacy concerns related to personal data collection, processing and sharing with third parties. Indeed, many IoT devices have been found collecting consumers' personal data without their knowledge or consent. While frameworks for identifying and mitigating security concerns of IoT devices and services are available, there is a lack of frameworks that address privacy issues for IoT applications. In this paper we lay the foundations for the future development of such a framework, based on both the experimental analysis of data flows on an IoT Smart Home testbed and a systematic analysis of other frameworks.
IoT Privacy, Privacy framework, Privacy-by-Design, Smart Home
Thorburn, Robert, Henry
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Margheri, Andrea
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Paci, Federica
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Thorburn, Robert, Henry
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Margheri, Andrea
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Paci, Federica
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Thorburn, Robert, Henry, Margheri, Andrea and Paci, Federica (2019) Towards an integrated privacy protection framework for IoT: contextualising regulatory requirements with industry best practices. Living in the Internet of Things, London, United Kingdom. 01 - 02 May 2019.

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Abstract

One of the main obstacles to the widespread adoption of IoT devices and services is consumers' privacy concerns related to personal data collection, processing and sharing with third parties. Indeed, many IoT devices have been found collecting consumers' personal data without their knowledge or consent. While frameworks for identifying and mitigating security concerns of IoT devices and services are available, there is a lack of frameworks that address privacy issues for IoT applications. In this paper we lay the foundations for the future development of such a framework, based on both the experimental analysis of data flows on an IoT Smart Home testbed and a systematic analysis of other frameworks.

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Published date: May 2019
Venue - Dates: Living in the Internet of Things, London, United Kingdom, 2019-05-01 - 2019-05-02
Keywords: IoT Privacy, Privacy framework, Privacy-by-Design, Smart Home

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Local EPrints ID: 431252
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/431252
PURE UUID: f299d375-bc74-4ce7-aa57-9fa76d91afeb
ORCID for Andrea Margheri: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-5048-8070
ORCID for Federica Paci: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-3122-0236

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Date deposited: 28 May 2019 16:30
Last modified: 13 Jun 2019 00:30

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Author: Robert, Henry Thorburn
Author: Andrea Margheri ORCID iD
Author: Federica Paci ORCID iD

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