Big Data Privacy in the Internet-of-Things Era
- Date: –16:00
- Location: Biomedicinskt centrum, BMC BMC-biblioteket
- Lecturer: Edith Ngai
- Organiser: Uppsala universitetsbibliotek
- Contact person: Agnes Kotka
In the Internet-of-Things (IoT) era, the amount of user data that can be collected is significantly higher than in the past. New technologies such as smart watches, smart phones, and smart devices on body or in the environment collect sensitive information about users ranging from their health to activities and locations, etc.
This seminar reveals the privacy issues in the IoT era and discusses potential solution for privacy preservation.
About the presenter: Edith Ngai is an Associate Professor in the Department of Information Technology at Uppsala University. She was a guest researcher at Ericsson Research Sweden in 2015-2017. She has been a leader of the GreenIoT project on IoT and open data for smart cities. Her research includes Internet-of-Things, data analytics, network security and privacy, smart cities and healthcare.
This seminar is part of “The Glass Room Experience”, an exhibition about our lives online. It will be exposed during 28 January - 1 February (in association with the Data Privacy Day) at some of Uppsala University's libraries.
During these days, we will also hand out Data Detox-kits and organise different seminars and lectures according to the theme. Don’t miss this!