Dispositivi indossabili in sanità: un’analisi di potenzialità e rischi. La bibliografia
Pubblichiamo di seguito la bibliografia completa dell’articolo “Dispositivi indossabili in sanità: un’analisi di potenzialità e rischi”, scritto da Claudio Pascarelli, Mario Angelelli e Mattia Colucci sul numero di ottobre 2020 di Sistemi&Impresa.
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Hale, M. L., Lotfy, K., Gamble, R. F., Walter, C., & Lin, J. (2019), “Developing a platform to evaluate and assess the security of wearable devices”, Digital communications and networks, 5 (3), 147-159.
Lurye S. (2018), “Experiment: how easy is it to spy on a smartwatch wearer?”, https://www.kaspersky.com/blog/smart-watch-research/22536/ (link verificato l’8 ottobre 2020).
Meticulous research (2019),“Wearable, devices market by product type (smartwatch, earwear, eyewear, and others), end-use industry (consumer electronics, healthcare, enterprise & industrial, media & entertainment), connectivity medium, and geography – Global forecast to 2025”, https://www.meticulousresearch.com/product/wearable- devices-market-5050 (link verificato l’8 ottobre 2020)
Moganedi S., Pottas D. (2019), “Threats and vulnerabilities affecting fitness wearables: security and privacy theoretical analysis”, International information security conference, Springer, Cham, 57-68.
Morgenstern M. (2019), “Product warning! Chinese children’s watch reveals thousands of children’s data”, https://www.iot-tests.org/2019/11/product-warning-chinese-childrens-watch-reveals-thousands-of-childrens-data/ (link verificato l’8 ottobre 2020).
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Perez A. J., Zeadally S. (2017), “Privacy issues and solutions for consumer wearables”, It professional, 20 (4), 46-56.
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Richter F. (2018), “The global wearables market is all about the wrist”, https://www.statista.com/chart/3370/wearable-device-forecast/ (link verificato l’8 ottobre 2020).
Schukat M., McCaldin D., Wang K., Schreier G., Lovell N. H., Marschollek M., Redmond
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Technavio (2020). “Global fitness App market 2020-2024 – Increasing demand for wearable devices to boost growth”, https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200602005754/en/Global-Fitness-App-Market-2020-2024-Increasing-Demand (link verificato l’8 ottobre 2020).
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