Internet of Things – Privacy Challenges and Practical Experiences with implementation
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Internet of Things – Challenges and Practical Experiences with Implementation
Internet of Things (IoT) has been a buzz word for quite some time and now it is gaining traction. It is a key component in the digital transformation of all industries and has the potential to significantly improve efficiency and make people’s life more convenient. Connected cars, industry 4.0, smart cities, smart home, wearable devices and voice recognition have been lauded as the next big thing.
The possibilities of all sorts of different (categories of) devices “speaking” and interacting do not come without raising privacy issues. The necessity of connected devices to communicate with each other generates a huge amount of data. The nature of the data collected is different from data collected by previous systems – both in amount and in quality. Offering and implementing IoT solutions can be challenging from a privacy perspective. In this presentation we want to explore the possibilities and risks of IoT and show compliant ways to handle the challenges and mitigate risks for those involved, ranging from hardware manufacturers, data processors and controllers to users.
What you’ll take away
– Learn about relevant data protection risks and challenges of IoT
– Understand what is possible and what is allowed
– Participants will learn strategies and practical solutions to reduce IoT risks