Threats that smart cities pose: profiling and predictive policing -TEISS® : Cracking Cyber Security
Analysis / Threats that smart cities pose: profiling and predictive policing
Tom Sorrell, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Essex, gives us two illuminating examples of how data generated in smart cities like Chicago or Milton Keynes can be abused. He also explains how the media and public discourse should increasingly highlight the positive as well as the negative implications of data collection.
Tom Sorrell was speaking at the award-winning TEISS 2018. Our next summit is the R3: Resilience, Recovery and Response Summit 2018 which will take place in September at etc.venue’s St. Pauls. This conference is the #1 summit focusing on post-breach response including forensic and legal requirements, media communications, and tips for a fast recovery.
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Download TEISS 2018 slides