A Framework for Privacy Protection and Usage Control of Personal Data in a Smart City Scenario
In this paper we address trust and privacy protection issues related to identity and personal data provided by citizens in a smart city environment. Our proposed solution combines identity management, trust negotiation, and usage control. We demonstrate our solution in a case study of a smart city during a crisis situation.
KeywordsIdentity management privacy protection usage control smart cities trust negotiation
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