Ivan Gudymenko

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Next generation systems for public transportation based on e-ticketing offer numerous advantages both for end users and providers of transportation service. At the same time, individuals using such systems tend to leave ubiquitous digital traces which raises serious concerns over privacy. This paper focuses on this issue and presents a framework for(More)
Many electronic ticketing systems for public transportation have been deployed around the world. Using the example of Singapore's EZ-Link system we show that it is easy to invade a traveller's privacy and obtain his travel records in a real-world system. Then we propose encrypted bill processing of the travel records preventing any kind of privacy breach.(More)
The Internet of Things (IoT) is likely to become one of the milestones which is going to determine the technological advance for the future. At the same time, new privacy concerns arise which might seriously impede the adoption of such systems. In this paper, we provide for our view on privacy implications of IoT focusing on RFID technology as one of its(More)
During the development of UbiComp systems, privacy and security issues often come into play only after the design process is complete. The main development effort is typically concentrated on the direct functionality of the system, which too often results in immaturity of privacy compliance of the end product. This is one of the main burdens on the way to(More)
E-ticketing systems for public transportation (ESPT) are an integral part of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) which shape the urban environment of the future. The wide deployment of ESPT around the world has proven its success and demonstrated large potential. However, till now the majority of such systems being in operation adhere to the specific(More)
The advent of Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp) has brought a set of new challenges along with numerous advantages. The notion of UbiComp was envisioned in 1991 by Marc Weiser in his seminal paper [1] and has become a hot topic ever since. Despite a lot of research conducted in the area, there are still a lot of issues to elaborate on. In this position paper,(More)
The growing demand for a wireless link is taking the deployment of wireless local area networks away from the notion of carefully planned and carefully managed setting, into a randomly deployed and independently managed (if at all) network setting. This results in highly contentious networks. In fact research shows that in most metropolitan cities, the size(More)
The issues of customer privacy in e-ticketing systems for public transport based on RFID/NFC technologies are addressed in this paper. More specifically, having described the target system, the specific privacy threats are identified and respectively classified. This is performed by analyzing the system under concern against the specifically defined privacy(More)
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