We never build a skyscraper that is not supported by a proper foundation
The development of "smart cities" across the globe and the cities of US cities has accepted the belief that by increasing intelligence and automation, ever-increasing urban challenges can be solved more easily. But each approach is committed to intelligent planning and investing in citizens in steps that are not yet ready
Smart Cities are urban areas that use extensive automation, data collection and managed services to accelerate transport from governments to citizens services and increase the efficiency of resource efficiency of systems. The movement of smart cities is fueled by the global trend of people moving to urban areas, creating mega-urban regions. Supporters of smart cities are saying that we need to increase our ability to work with people and processes that provide a harmonious existence for everyone. But I think that the planned $ 34 billion "smart" market has something to do with the print.
The cyber security challenges of the past few years are worsening and have unimaginable consequences if we fail to properly integrate the youth population to respond to system failure. Use it, such as refusing the service for the 911 systems, better handle in-house professionals. The Cyber Security Culture is a requirement, not just a goal.
Undoubtedly, an inept, unsuitable or inexpensive approach to building a smart city can speed up the loss of local government heart rate. Look at the terrible fees caused in New Orleans or the impact of the livelihood of Puerto Rican when an electricity service company destroyed the poles instead of keeping them properly. In both situations, the flexibility and the ability of stakeholders to find facilitated solutions
Smart Cities will require a lot of personal data sharing and change our current perspectives on privacy. For example, sensors and cameras installed on streets and buildings always know their location. When living in a smart city, it's important to understand that a cyber-disorder can leave them not just by stealing the identity personally, but without essential functions like pure water.
One of the issues is that engineers and city designers handle functionality without proper strategies and protective nets. Hackers are capable of transforming ignorant computer resources into robots that target millions of messages to reach the target. Our current approach is the second group of professionals who previously replaced the system. They implement security costs and affect calculations supporting "go" or "no-go" decisions.
We agree that these smart city developments are good for society. However, the badly formulated strategies, which are strengthened by political control and financial gain, provide the digital house of the cards. This is especially true without a strong human factor in correcting deficiencies and emerging threats. In this new world, overlapping intelligent urban areas combines industrial management systems such as transport, government services, and security. Without the appropriate limitations and privacy obligations, the current personal vulnerabilities will become vulnerable to future settlement. In order to be proactive, we need enlightened and talented young adults who can combine technical know-how with non-box-based thinking.
See how security researchers have found a new target for CrashOverride and Industroyer, whether it's a computer gun targeting system. Let's not forget how effective Stuxnet is weakening Iran's nuclear program. This attack targeted the SCADA architecture. It enables young people to quickly find useful solutions to these potentially catastrophic attacks. As an older generation, we can count on them to maintain our lifestyle.
Our security challenges will be of a technological nature, but the real damage will occur because the people handling the technology are unable to train. It is necessary to combine trends that indicate vulnerabilities and regularly exploit the exchange of information on computer threats both on a technological and human basis. Ignoring the need for qualified persons focused on the design of safe intelligent systems. Building flexibility at design stage of projects is not just a better security device.
I often discuss human factors related to the implementation of "intelligent technology" with security expert Dr. Calvin Nobles. We agree that designers are rejecting the dangers that are evolving in parallel with technological advances. Designers avoid real conversations about human factors. For example, a critical person in charge would react to the crisis. Training costs, so you need to get rid of the unquestionably advanced capabilities.
It has to be started to treat people as a critical factor in promoting the desired technological advancement. Aligning training to support all phases of new skills with human responsiveness provides a strong foundation. At present, young people are not guided by careers in line with the stabilization of the future society. The basic encoding is great, but we need to help young people develop a future vision and develop a strategy that is inseparable for the next generation. We would never build a skyscraper that is not heavily supported by a strong foundation. Let's work now to provide a stable platform for young people to manage, build and protect our future