Every day solution providers are promising new levels of accessibility, efficiency, security, convenience and environmental protection advancements via IoT based smart city technology. However, a city of sensors and video monitoring devices poses questions about privacy, data protection/security and public safety.
Who does the data belong to? Is the data being used for profit, and if so how? Who is responsible for the legal and privacy compliance implications and what are those implications? How do law enforcement and federal/local government work with technology providers and integrators.
Learn from our group of experts as they speak about the intersection of privacy and technology in developing smart cities, and how they protect privacy by employing impact assessments, implementing privacy by design and default, and utilizing other practices to make the smart city safe, secure, and technologically advanced.