U.S. Releases Cybersecurity Best Practices for Smart Cities


U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada and New Zealand Release Cybersecurity Best Practices for Smart Cities. The joint guide provides an overview of risks to smart cities, including expanded and interconnected attack surfaces; information and communications technologies (ICT) supply chain risks; and increasing automation of infrastructure operations. To protect against these risks, the government partners offer three recommendations to help communities strengthen their cyber posture: secure planning and design, proactive supply chain risk management, and operational resilience.

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