November 3, 2016Doug Hadden
Public policy has a hard time catching up with technology. Smart city technology is at the intersection of the big inhibitors to adoption: cyber security and vulnerabilities in the Internet of Things (IoT) devices that power “smart” and privacy concerns about government surveillance and state cyber wars.
Smart governments need smart public policy and smart cyber security protection for citizens. Manufacturers need to address cyber concerns.
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