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.

Security, Privacy, Governance Concerns About Smart City

Security, Privacy, Governance Concerns About Smart City Technologies Grow

Government Technology Magazine published a new article “Security, Privacy, Governance Concerns About Smart City Technologies Grow” From the article intro: As urban centers expand their reliance on automated sensors and algorithms, they increase risks of data security breaches, vulnerabilities to invasions of privacy and concerns about software reliability. The demand for smart city technologies shows…

Privacy, Security and Data Protection in Smart Cities- a Critical EU Law Perspective

Privacy, Security and Data Protection in Smart Cities: a Critical EU Law Perspective

CREATe Working Paper on Privacy, Security and Data Protection in Smart Cities is published here. From the Introduction: “Smart cities” are a buzzword of the moment. Although legal interest is growing, most academic responses at least in the EU, are still from the technological, urban studies, environmental and sociological rather than legal, sectors[1] and have…

The Future of Smart Cities - Cyber-Physical Infrastructure Risk

The Future of Smart Cities: Cyber-Physical Infrastructure Risk – ICS-CERT

The US Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Cyber and Infrastructure Analysis (DHS/OCIA) produced a report on Smart Cities infrastructure “The Future of Smart Cities – Cyber-Physical Infrastructure Risk” The report addresses how the adoption of and increased reliance on smart technologies may create or increase risks for Smart Cities. It focuses on the Transportation…

Journal of Advanced Research

Journal Article: Cyber security challenges in Smart Cities: Safety, security and privacy

An article “Cyber security challenges in Smart Cities: Safety, security and privacy” is published in the Journal of Advanced Research. Article abstract: The world is experiencing an evolution of Smart Cities. These emerge from innovations in information technology that, while they create new economic and social opportunities, pose challenges to our security and expectations of…

News article: Smart cities: are you willing to trade privacy for efficiency?

An article “Smart cities: are you willing to trade privacy for efficiency?” is published in The Guardian. From the intro: Data science may be helping cities get ‘smarter’, but questions remain over how long urban populations will tolerate an increasingly invasive level of data collection https://www.theguardian.com/news/2014/apr/04/if-smart-cities-dont-think-about-privacy-citizens-will-refuse-to-accept-change-says-cisco-chief