Author: Courtney Bowman
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
This illustrated volume is a mine of information for teachers.
Author: Philippe Planel
This book looks at the different approaches to privacy through the centuries, and at how labour-saving devices have transformed the home.
This book describes how to architect and design Internet of Things (loT) solutions that provide end-to-end security and privacy at scale.
Author: Damilare D. Fagbemi
Publisher: CRC Press
This book describes how to architect and design Internet of Things (loT) solutions that provide end-to-end security and privacy at scale. It is unique in its detailed coverage of threat analysis, protocol analysis, secure design principles, intelligent loT's impact on privacy, and the effect of usability on security. The book also unveils the impact of digital currency and the dark web on the loT-security economy. It's both informative and entertaining. "Filled with practical and relevant examples based on years of experience ... with lively discussions and storytelling related to loT security design flaws and architectural issues."— Dr. James F. Ransome, Senior Director of Security Development Lifecycle (SOL) Engineering, Intel 'There is an absolute treasure trove of information within this book that will benefit anyone, not just the engineering community. This book has earned a permanent spot on my office bookshelf."— Erv Comer, Fellow of Engineering, Office of Chief Architect Zebra Technologies 'The importance of this work goes well beyond the engineer and architect. The IoT Architect's Guide to Attainable Security & Privacy is a crucial resource for every executive who delivers connected products to the market or uses connected products to run their business."— Kurt Lee, VP Sales and Strategic Alliances at PWNIE Express "If we collectively fail to follow the advice described here regarding loT security and Privacy, we will continue to add to our mounting pile of exploitable computing devices. The attackers are having a field day. Read this book, now."— Brook S.E. Schoenfield, Director of Advisory Services at IOActive, previously Master Security Architect at McAfee, and author of Securing Systems
Privacy and Publicity boldly questions certain ideological assumptions underlying the received view of modern architecture and reconsiders the methodology of architectural criticism itself.
Author: Beatriz Colomina
Publisher: MIT Press
Through a series of close readings of two major figures of the modern movement, Adolf Loos and Le Corbusier, Beatriz Colomina argues that architecture only becomes modern in its engagement with the mass media, and that in so doing it radically displaces the traditional sense of space and subjectivity. Privacy and Publicity boldly questions certain ideological assumptions underlying the received view of modern architecture and reconsiders the methodology of architectural criticism itself. Where conventional criticism portrays modern architecture as a high artistic practice in opposition to mass culture, Colomina sees the emerging systems of communication that have come to define twentieth-century culture—the mass media—as the true site within which modern architecture was produced. She considers architectural discourse as the intersection of a number of systems of representation such as drawings, models, photographs, books, films, and advertisements. This does not mean abandoning the architectural object, the building, but rather looking at it in a different way. The building is understood here in the same way as all the media that frame it, as a mechanism of representation in its own right. With modernity, the site of architectural production literally moved from the street into photographs, films, publications, and exhibitions—a displacement that presupposes a new sense of space, one defined by images rather than walls. This age of publicity corresponds to a transformation in the status of the private, Colomina argues; modernity is actually the publicity of the private. Modern architecture renegotiates the traditional relationship between public and private in a way that profoundly alters the experience of space. In a fascinating intellectual journey, Colomina tracks this shift through the modern incarnations of the archive, the city, fashion, war, sexuality, advertising, the window, and the museum, finally concentrating on the domestic interior that constructs the modern subject it appears merely to house.
The contribution of this book is twofold: a privacy platform that can be customized and used to manage privacy in large organizations; and the process for the design of such a platform, from a state-of-the-art survey on privacy regulations, ...
Author: Mattia Salnitri
Publisher: Springer Nature
Privacy is a burden for most organizations, the more complex and wider an organization is, the harder to manage and enforce privacy is. GDPR and other regulations on privacy impose strict constraints that must be coherently enforced, considering also privacy needs of organization and their users. Furthermore, organizations should allow their users to express their privacy needs easily, even when the process that manages users' data is complex and involves multiple organizations. Many research work consider the problem using simplistic examples, with solutions proposed that never actually touch pragmatic problems of real, large organizations, with thousands of users and terabytes of personal and sensitive data. This book faces the privacy management problem targeting actual large organizations, such as public administrations, including stakeholders in the process of definition of the solution and evaluating the results with its actual integration in four large organizations. The contribution of this book is twofold: a privacy platform that can be customized and used to manage privacy in large organizations; and the process for the design of such a platform, from a state-of-the-art survey on privacy regulations, through the definition of its requirements, its design and its architecture, until the evaluation of the platform.
Due to the continuously stream of security breaches two security architects in the Netherlands started a project to harvest good practices for better and faster creating architecture and privacy solution designs.
Author: Maikel Mardjan
Due to the continuously stream of security breaches two security architects in the Netherlands started a project to harvest good practices for better and faster creating architecture and privacy solution designs. This project resulted in a reference architecture that is aimed to help all security architects and designers worldwide. All kinds of topics that help creating a security or privacy solution architecture are outlined, such as: security and privacy principles, common attack vectors, threat models while in-depth guidelines are also given to evaluate the use of Open Source security and privacy application in various use cases.
Privacy preference determinants in ubiquitous computing,” in Extended Abstracts of CHI 2003, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 724–725, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 2003.  L. Lessig, “The architecture of privacy,” ...
Author: Giovanni Iachello
Publisher: Now Publishers Inc
"Originally published as Foundations and trends in human-computer interaction, volume 1, issue 1 (2007), ISSN: 1551-3955"--P.  of cover.
This book presents a comprehensive framework for IoT, including its architectures, security, privacy, network communications, and protocols.
Author: Mohammad Ali Jabraeil Jamali
This book presents a comprehensive framework for IoT, including its architectures, security, privacy, network communications, and protocols. The book starts by providing an overview of the aforementioned research topics, future directions and open challenges that face the IoT development. The authors then discuss the main architectures in the field, which include Three- and Five-Layer Architectures, Cloud and Fog Based Architectures, a Social IoT Application Architecture. In the security chapter, the authors outline threats and attacks, privacy preservation, trust and authentication, IoT data security, and social awareness. The final chapter presents case studies including smart home, wearables, connected cars, industrial Internet, smart cities, IoT in agriculture, smart retail, energy engagement, IoT in healthcare, and IoT in poultry and farming. Discusses ongoing research into the connection of the physical and virtual worlds; Includes the architecture, security, privacy, communications, and protocols of IoT; Presents a variety of case studies in IoT including wearables, smart cities, and energy management.