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Securing wearable device data
Medical Expo (2015)
  • Seyedmostafa Safavi, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
  • Zarina Shukur, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Abstract
With the Sony Entertainment hacks, data security has become an issue in the press and a headache for database administrators. Sensitive data generated by wearable devices are presumably no exception. Are there any particular security concerns with data from wearable devices? Are doctors doing enough to protect patient data? We asked Doctor Seyedmostafa Safavi, an associate fellow at the Cyber Security Unit at the National University of Malaysia and co-author of a recent review on the subject to elaborate.    
Keywords
  • Internet of Things,
  • cyber-crime,
  • information network attacks,
  • data breaches,
  • Hyper-Connectivity Society,
  • Act on Promotion of Information and Communication Network Utilization and Information Protection,
  • Direct Hacking,
  • Internet-Connected Device,
  • Data Breaches,
  • Security Threats
Publication Date
Fall December 14, 2015
DOI
10.13140/2.1.2155.8565
Citation Information
1. Safavi, Seyedmostafa, and Zarina Shukur. "Improving Google glass security and privacy by changing the physical and software structure." Life Science Journal 11.5 (2014): 109-117. 2. Safavi, Seyedmostafa, Zarina Shukur, and Rozilawati Razali. "Reviews on Cybercrime Affecting Portable Devices." Procedia Technology 11 (2013): 650-657. 3. Safavi, Seyedmostafa, and Zarina Shukur. "Conceptual privacy framework for health information on wearable device." PloS one 9, no. 12 (2014): e114306.
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