Andrea Sorri reports on the importance of tackling cybersecurity risks in smart cities
Many organisations around the globe have security cameras installed to increase safety, security and often also efficiency of processes. From schools to hospitals to businesses and more, surveillance cameras are monitoring people, buildings, and public spaces. Unfortunately, network-connected surveillance cameras have become the focus for attack by extremely organised, technically proficient and well-resourced cyber criminals. The consequences of an attack are potentially devastating.If cyber criminals gained access to the live video footage of hundreds of thousands of . . .