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Guidance on how to take a security-minded approach to developing, managing and maintaining connected places.

Connected places, also known as smart cities, are intended to enable enhanced service provision for its citizens. This is achieved through greater availability of information, integration of services and systems, and outcome-based contracting. These measures can increase the capacity, efficiency, reliability, resilience, and availability, of existing assets and services. These developments can introduce new vulnerabilities and security issues.


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