Temitope Oluwafemi

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Background. With a projected rise in the procurement of home automation systems, we experimentally investigate security risks that homeowners might be exposed to by compact fluorescent lamps (CFL), where the lamps themselves do not have network capabilities but are controlled by compromised Internet-enabled home automation systems. Aim. This work seeks to(More)
Employers increasingly allow employees to use their personal smartphones for work, but also impose strict security policies (e.g., wiping the device after a series of failed logins), which on one hand protects the corporation’s data but on the other hand can affect a user’s privacy and control of her own data. To address these issues, recent proposals(More)
Throughout the developing world, countless people live without access to basic financial services, and physical banking infrastructure is often inaccessible. These constraints have led to the rise of mobile money, or branchless banking, systems that offer financial services to people who may not have access to conventional banks. Despite their utility,(More)
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