Why smart cities should be cyber security cities 

In this article, Galina Antova, co-founder and chief business development officer of Claroty ,talks about OT security in smart cities and the challenges faced around securing the technology associated with running them.

Civic leaders around the world are looking to automate the infrastructures that make their cities run in a drive to reduce costs and cope with rising populations. From transit networks and utilities through to refuse collection and streetlighting, connecting services to the internet is proving an appealing prospect for those in charge of cities and large towns.

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