How AI Impacts Urban Living and Public Health

  • Commission on Higher Education
  • 2020-06-26 17:03:10
  • 523

Although emerging IoT paradigms in sleep tracking have a substantial contribution to enhancing current healthcare systems, there are several privacy and security considerations that end-users need to consider. End-users can be susceptible to malicious threats when they allow permission to potentially vulnerable or leaky third-party apps. Since the data is migrated to the cloud, it goes over insecure communication channels, all of which have their security concerns. Moreover, there are alternative data violation concerns when the data projects into the proprietor’s cloud storage facility. In this study, we present some of the existing IoT sleep trackers, also we discuss the most common features associated with these sleep trackers. As the majority of end-users are not aware of the privacy and security concerns affiliated with emerging IoT sleep trackers. We review existing solutions that can apply to IoT sleep tracker architecture. Also, we describe a deployed IoT platform that can address these concerns. Finally, we provide some of the recommendations to end-users and service providers to ensure a safer approach while leveraging the IoT sleep tracker in caregiving. This incorporates recommendations for software updates, awareness programs, software installation, and social engineering.

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