Digital Health & Biometrics: Hacking Humans

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Digital health and associated spheres like medical extended reality, wearables, and implantables, provide new opportunities for extended healthcare access and medical training to a wide swath of the population.

Further, pandemic resilience requires the creation of integrated warning systems that can collect and integrate sensitive data at the edge. In many cases, the data collected passively and actively by devices at the edge include biometrics and biometrically-inferred data – the most sensitive data we own.

User identification, authentication, data collection, storage, and connectivity on decentralized and aggregated networks create new threat landscapes exacerbated by key edge vulnerabilities. In this talk, we explore some of this new risk landscape, as well as new network solutions and frameworks that provide means for user-centric control, security, and privacy, which will revolutionize both cyberhealth networks as well as edge-based user interactions with Web 3.0 and the metaverse.

From this video, you will learn:

  1. How to think about the dizzying new array of data collection types and data producers that can be used for intelligent healthcare;
  2. How health and wellness shifted into the commercial market create new opportunities for monitoring, wellness, and risk;
  3. How interactions between biometrics and commercial endeavors, including Web 3.0 and the burgeoning metaverse, create new opportunities and biometric risk;
  4. How humans can be literally hacked and subject to ransomware, much as machines and software;
  5. How future internet architectures and exponential thinking might enhance cybersecurity and user-centric control at the network's edge.

Divya Chander, 23 July 2022, "Digital Health and Biometrics: Hacking Humans," IEEE International Symposium on Digital Privacy and Social Media, San Jose, CA, 1 August 2022, pre-record, https://attend.ieee.org/isdpsm-2022/

Digital health and associated spheres like medical extended reality, wearables, and implantables, provide new opportunities for extended healthcare access and medical training to a wide swath of the population.

Further, pandemic resilience requires the creation of...

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