IoT Privacy

About Privacy in the IoT:

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a broad emerging technology that touches upon a host of industries and applications as a backend coordination and interaction medium. It typically involves sensing, analytics, visualization, and network communication.

Privacy in the Internet of Things, due to the inherent need to collect and share large sets of personal, sensory data, is essential, and is a present and clear challenge. Research is needed to ensure that the sensitive information being obtained is safely and securely handled, designed, and distributed. This is a significant research challenge and has an impact that is cross institutional, governmental, and global-impacting, for both individuals, organizations, and groups. This work aims to address this challenge with a new privacy-enabled IoT approach, particularly for adaptive IoT.


Click below to learn more about the Internet of Things and current ACE-Lab research:
IoT Interaction
IoT Assistants
IoT Frameworks and Platforms
IoT Collaboration

Read more about ACE Lab and the standard definitions of IoT here.

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Monday, January 29, 2018 - 1:45pm
Lab Member: 
Alexis Morris
Nadine Lessio