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Securing Smart City Technology Adoption: Managing Privacy & Cyber Risk
Smart cities are increasingly seen as the future. But with IoT technology running essential physical services such as public transportation, power grids and water systems, the cyber-attack surface is increasingly complex, exposing potentially catastrophic risks. So how should smart cities be secured to minimize vulnerability to attacks? This visionary presentation will discuss the development of smart cities and effective strategies to manage privacy and cyber risk.
- Understand the smart city cyber threat landscape
- Evaluate effective oversight models for smart cities to enable vulnerability management and incident response planning
- Develop a governance framework to protect data and privacy in a smart city network
- Learn how to build cybersecurity into smart city development to reduce risk and optimize security
As presented by Kevin Stine, Chief of the Applied Cybersecurity Division, NIST