I am a Partner in PwC and a Fellow of Information Privacy. I specialize in security and privacy of new technologies - Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and 'Smart Everything'. I regularly blog on http://ivezic.com.

Smart Cities Pose Privacy Risks and Other Problems, But that Doesn't Mean We Shouldn't Build Them

Smart Cities Pose Privacy Risks and Other Problems, But that Doesn’t Mean We Shouldn’t Build Them

“Smart Cities Pose Privacy Risks and Other Problems, But that Doesn’t Mean We Shouldn’t Build Them” paper was published in the University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review. Abstract The potential benefits of smart city technologies are numerous. By becoming “smart,” a city can not only deliver more and better services with greater efficiency, it can…

Special issue on security and privacy for smart cities

Assessment of attribute-based credentials for privacy-preserving road traffic services in smart cities

An interesting article “Assessment of attribute-based credentials for privacy-preserving road traffic services in smart cities” was published as part of the “Special issue on security and privacy for smart cities” by the “Personal and Ubiquitous Computing” peer-reviewed journal. Article abstract: Smart cities involve the provision of advanced services for road traffic users. Vehicular ad hoc…

KU Leuven

Smart City innovation: should you be willing to trade your privacy for utility?

“Smart Cities are becoming increasingly interconnected environments linking public administrations, service providers, devices, applications, data and citizens, trying to optimise city services responding to the needs for a cleaner, safer, more efficient and more sustainable city ecosystem. This increased interconnectedness and optimisation of services also entails the collection and processing of considerable amounts of personal…