IoT Security for Health Care (SeNTH +)

adrian Harnessing Economic Value, Healthcare, Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security

IoT Security for Health Care (SeNTH +) Team: Guang-Zhong Yang (Imperial College London), Benny Lo (Imperial College London), Emil Lupu (Imperial College London) Partners: Intel Health and Life Sciences IoT for healthcare is one of the fastest growing sectors in the healthcare industry with wearable and implantable sensors varying from hydration sensing wristbands to drug emitting stents. This project aims …

Privacy-enhancing and Identification Enabling IoT Solutions (PEIESI)

rachael Healthcare, Privacy and Trust, Standards, Governance and Policy

PEIESI – Privacy-enhancing & Identification Enabling IoT Solutions Team: Luciano Floridi (University of Oxford). Partners: Cisco, Eurofins Digital Testing, EE, MEVALUATE, SOGETI, ZTE Corporation IoT technologies need to identify and re-identify customers (e.g. in order to tailor services or interact successfully with them) while protecting their privacy. This project will collaborate with EE, BT, Cisco, Eurofins Digital Testing, MEVALUATE, SOGETI, …

Data Analysis and IoT Solutions for Healthcare (DASH)

rachael Harnessing Economic Value, Healthcare, Standards, Governance and Policy

DASH – Data Analysis & IoT Solutions for Healthcare Team: Luciano Floridi (University of Oxford) Partners: HMGCC, IMEC, InterDigital, Toshiba IoT technologies play a key role in health management (e.g. in disease prevention, real-time telemonitoring of patients functions, testing of treatments, and health research data collection). One of the main challenges of health-related IoT (H-IoT) is how to collect, share, …

Security and New Threats in Healthcare (SENTH)

adrian Harnessing Economic Value, Healthcare, Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security

SeNTH – Security & New Threats in Healthcare Team: Guang-Zhong Yang (Imperial College London), Benny Lo (Imperial College London), Emil Lupu (Imperial College London). Partners: TBC This project aims to investigate the security of IoT devices, particularly in the context of implantable and wearable sensors. Key objectives of the project are: (i) to understand how to undertake security process and threat …

Privacy and Trust in Connected Autonomous Cars and Smart Transport (PEIESI)

adrian Healthcare, Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security, Transport and Mobility

P-CARS – Privacy in Connected Autonomous Cars & Smart Transport Systems Team: Dianati (University of Surrey), C. Maple (University of Warwick). Partners: Costain, TRL (others under discussion) The objective of the P-CARS project is to analyse and propose effective solutions for preserving the privacy of users within the context of communications among autonomous and semi-autonomous cars and cloud computing infrastructures, …

Authentication and Access Control with Multiple IoT Devices (AACIoT)

adrian Harnessing Economic Value, Healthcare, Privacy and Trust

AACIoT – Authentication & Access Control through Multiple IoT Devices Team: Maple (University of Warwick), N. Griffiths (University of Warwick), R. Procter (University of Warwick). Partners: L3-TRL, Callsign Authentication and Access Control for IoT systems presents a significant challenge.  The threat landscape is vast, and the heterogeneity and ad-hoc nature of agents, be they software, hardware or human, entering and …