Privacy Advisor

Smart grid technology: Privacy and data security issues

07.01.2012
The adoption of smart grid technology into sustainable building property management strategy requires meaningful planning for the secure treatment of captured enriched data. Captured enriched data is consumer electricity use information that may also include proprietary business information related to a business’s energy consumption. The problem is that this data could be a target for unauthorized exploitation by marketers and other third parties and for data breaches by criminals.

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