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Unsecured speeding cameras wide open to smart city hackers

Security concerns about Internet of Things (IoT) consumer gear has now spread to speeding cameras used in smart cities. rang alarm bells about the proliferation of connected smart city technology that is vulnerable to hackers. Specifically it reported on worrying Kaspersky Lab research that found a large number of connected speeding cameras deployed in smart.
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