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Thirteenth International Symposium on Human Aspects of Information Security & Assurance (HAISA 2019)

Thirteenth International Symposium on Human Aspects of Information Security & Assurance (HAISA 2019)
Nicosia, Cyprus, July 15-16, 2019
ISBN: 978-0244-19096-5

Title: Critical Aspects Pertaining to Privacy Preservation of IoT Architecture
Author(s): Mohamed Sarrab, Fatma Alshohoumi
Reference: pp99-109
Keywords: Internet of Things, IoT, Privacy, Privacy Preservation, IoT architectures.
Abstract: With the fast developments of smart devices and the use of Internet of Things technologies, a huge amount of collected and shared data, having significant impacts on several services and applications. However, users are unwilling to disseminate personal private data as it may contain sensitive information. The more private and sensitive the information such as personally identifiable information, credit card information, or personal medical information being shared or disseminated, the more necessary and important to preserve the privacy the that sensitive information. This paper mainly focuses on the privacy preservation of IoT architecture. Starting by discussing privacy in the internet of things. Then analysis of IoT existing architectures, frameworks and standards. Finally, the paper discussed privacy consideration in the current different IoT architectures. Our findings showed that there is a huge demand to devote research efforts to develop new IoT architecture with privacy protection consideration. This effort is part of a funded research project that investigates the internet of things (IoT) security and privacy issues related to architecture, connectivity and collected data.
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