As the Internet of Things (IoT) drives ever more smart city initiatives, security experts fear IT departments will soon be overwhelmed by hackers attracted by huge new troves of data. A recent article by ITWeb discussed increasing IoT and smart city security issues with Paul Williams, major account manager for network security firm Fortinet. Williams […]
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