Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Security and privacy implications of memory aids

Ever considered what you risk when you use pervasive computing based memory aids? Can other people twist what you remember? Imagine someone tampers with your photos you keep in the cloud - will this change what you remember? Will this alter your memory. In the European Project RECALL we investigated pervasive memory augmentation through computing technologies. In an article for IEEE Pervasive Magizine we investigated privacy and security implications if memory aids.

The full article is at the moment available for free at http://www.computer.org/web/computingnow/content?g=53319&type=article&urlTitle=security-and-privacy-implications-of-pervasive-memory-augmentation

Davies, Nigel, Adrian Friday, Sarah Clinch, Corina Sas, Marc Langheinrich, Geoff Ward, and Albrecht Schmidt. "Security and privacy implications of pervasive memory augmentation." Pervasive Computing, IEEE 14, no. 1 (2015): 44-53.