Visible to the public Deriving Privacy and Security Considerations for CORE: An Indoor IoT Adaptive Context Environment

TitleDeriving Privacy and Security Considerations for CORE: An Indoor IoT Adaptive Context Environment
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsMorris, Alexis, Lessio, Nadine
Conference NameProceedings of the 2Nd International Workshop on Multimedia Privacy and Security
Conference LocationNew York, NY, USA
ISBN Number978-1-4503-5988-7
KeywordsAmbient intelligence, architectural framework, composability, Human Behavior, Internet-of-Things, IoT Security 2018, Metrics, privacy, pubcrawl, Resiliency, security
AbstractThe internet-of-things (IoT) consists of embedded devices and their networks of communication as they form decentralized frameworks of ubiquitous computing services. Within such decentralized systems the potential for malicious actors to impact the system is significant, with far-reaching consequences. Hence this work addresses the challenge of providing IoT systems engineers with a framework to elicit privacy and security design considerations, specifically for indoor adaptive smart environments. It introduces a new ambient intelligence indoor adaptive environment framework (CORE) which leverages multiple forms of data, and aims to elicit the privacy and security needs of this representative system. This contributes both a new adaptive IoT framework, but also an approach to systematically derive privacy and security design requirements via a combined and modified OCTAVE-Allegro and Privacy-by-Design methodology. This process also informs the future developments and evaluations of the CORE system, toward engineering more secure and private IoT systems.
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