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Privacy in the Age of Mobility and Smart Devices in Smart Homes

Fourth IEEE International Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust (PASSAT), 2012

8 Pages Posted: 9 Nov 2012 Last revised: 21 Aug 2014

Abdullahi Arabo

Oxford University; John Moores University; University of the West of England (UWE) - Faculty of the Built Environment

Ian Brown

University of Oxford - Oxford Internet Institute

Fadi El-Mousa

BT Innovate & Design

Date Written: September 4, 2012

Abstract

Privacy concerns arise in a wide range of context. One of such context is in smart devices used within smart environment. Adaptors of such developments are generating an ever-increasing amount of data; this is often done without their consent or been fully aware of the implications of sharing and using such devices. This paper identifies the implications and challenges of privacy to smart devices in smart homes. The paper begins with a background and motivation. Subsequently, current privacy and security issues are discussed and analysed. Framework for privacy and security in smart homes is proposed and discussed in the subsequent section, while also presenting early simulation results.

Keywords: privacy, connected home, profiling, smart device security, smart home, user control

Suggested Citation

Arabo, Abdullahi and Brown, Ian and El-Mousa, Fadi, Privacy in the Age of Mobility and Smart Devices in Smart Homes (September 4, 2012). Fourth IEEE International Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust (PASSAT), 2012. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2173360

Abdullahi Arabo (Contact Author)

Oxford University ( email )

1 St. Giles
University of Oxford
Oxford OX1 3PG Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire OX1 3JS
United Kingdom

John Moores University ( email )

Rodney House
70 Mt Pleasant
Liverpool, Merseyside, Merseyside L35UX
United Kingdom

University of the West of England (UWE) - Faculty of the Built Environment ( email )

Bristol, BS16 1QY
United Kingdom

Ian Brown

University of Oxford - Oxford Internet Institute ( email )

1 St. Giles
University of Oxford
Oxford, OX1 3JS
United Kingdom

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Fadi El-Mousa

BT Innovate & Design ( email )

Ipswich
United Kingdom

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