crime and iot

 

Dr. Roey Tzezana 

We suggest developing a better understanding of the security measures and regulations needed to combat the new criminals and crimes, by studying the possibilities the IoT holds for criminal acts, conducting expert surveys to estimate timelines for the feasibility of certain crimes, developing high damage-potential scenarios for future crimes, and providing the regulators and the Israeli police with policy advice on how to prepare for said crimes.

 

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