Wearables That Snitch on Us
Monday 3 April
Over 250 million activity tracking wristbands, smart watches and personal health monitors will be in use by 2020. But given the rapid pace at which new wearables are launched and the predominantly
wireless communications with their users, privacy concerns arise. Join expert in wireless networks Dr Paul Patras for the BCS Sidney Michaelson Memorial Lecture as he discusses the surveillance risks to which wearables are exposed, the challenges of preserving user privacy and some simple steps that could be taken to avoid tracking.
Presented by BCS, The Chartered Institute for ITShare