Smart cities pose both new security challenges and opportunities, with new research revealing that there are several key areas of consideration — most notably the energy sector — when it comes to the security of these cities and the critical infrastructure systems on which they depend.
At the CACS Oceania ISACA 2017 conference, I found a global company new to the Australian market specialising in risk control solutions, and spoke to its chief mentor, Anil Bhandari to learn more.
ISACA’s Oceania CACS 2017 conference was held early September, and I captured Alastair MacGibbon’s excellent keynote speech, as well as Mike Trovato’s keynote, interviewing them both, Jo Stewart-Rattray on Women in Tech and ISACA chief executive Matt Loeb.
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Nah mate, not needed. NBN Co has it all under control. ;=)
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They can't exactly sell fibre "spectrum" can they ? Not theirs to sell. People are for sale here.