Challenges and Solutions of Secure Smart Environments

Eila Ovaska, Antti Evesti

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    Abstract

    Security challenges of smart spaces, e.g., smart homes, smart buildings, and smart cities based on Internet connected devices and systems, are related to the main philosophy of smart environments; the freedom to use available devices for the purpose in hand of end-users, and to make it happen easily and hopefully without human-intervention. But what are the security solutions that promote the business and technology development of smart space owners, device manufacturers and smart application developers? Because information security is a cross-cutting issue of the software intensive systems, it needs extra-ordinary solutions for balancing userfriendliness and trust-worthy behaviour of smart environments. This paper introduces an approach and related solutions developed in an ongoing Artemis-EU project, Sofia, for secure-enabled smart environments and user-friendly adaptation in a situationbased manner. A list of topics to be discussed in the workshop is also introduced.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2011
    MoE publication typeNot Eligible
    EventWorkshop of Interconnecting Smart Objects with Internet - Prague, Czech Republic
    Duration: 25 Mar 2011 → …

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    WorkshopWorkshop of Interconnecting Smart Objects with Internet
    CountryCzech Republic
    CityPrague
    Period25/03/11 → …

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    Security of data
    Internet
    Industry
    Smart city

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    Ovaska, E., & Evesti, A. (2011). Challenges and Solutions of Secure Smart Environments. Paper presented at Workshop of Interconnecting Smart Objects with Internet, Prague, Czech Republic.
    Ovaska, Eila ; Evesti, Antti. / Challenges and Solutions of Secure Smart Environments. Paper presented at Workshop of Interconnecting Smart Objects with Internet, Prague, Czech Republic.
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