The smart-city concept lies at the intersection of big data, Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence. By collecting and analyzing massive amounts of data obtained through regular channels and large arrays of sensors, cities are reducing costs while providing citizens with better services and higher living standards.

However in the rush to make cities smart, local authorities often neglect cyber security, threatening critical control systems such as for water systems and transportation. In addition without adequate cyber security, cities are putting citizens’ personal information and other key assets at risk. Learn the recommendations for securing smart cities.

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