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Future Development of Taiwan’s Smart Cities from an Information Security Perspective

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College of Business Administration, National Huaqiao University, Quanzhou 362021, China
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Graduate Institute of Global Business and Strategy, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei 10645, Taiwan
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Sustainability 2018, 10(12), 4520; https://doi.org/10.3390/su10124520
Received: 11 November 2018 / Revised: 26 November 2018 / Accepted: 28 November 2018 / Published: 30 November 2018
Smart cities are primarily based on information and communications technology development and applications across various academic subjects and domains. Integrating new-generation information and communications technologies, including the Internet of Things data collection, cloud computation, big data applications, and mobile network, smart cities organize the people and things of a city according to application needs to perform real-time computation and processing. Information transmission must be rapid and reliable to protect personal privacy and to secure data. All types of information security problems can lead to disastrous consequences; in particular, they pose great challenges to traditional information security systems. To explore possible solutions to the challenges that Taiwan’s smart city information security faces, this study used the enterprise architecture method and discussed the emphasis and investment capacity of the government and enterprises on information security. Moreover, this study reviewed correct methods of using a smart information security collaborative system to protect not only privacy, however also networks with a large attack surface; the purpose was to establish a reliable data sharing practice and alleviate the cascading effect of failures of smart networks. Finally, this paper provides future research directions for building smart cities and encouraging further explorations in this domain. It is hoped that smart cities can conduct overall planning for information security during the process of construction. Future researchers will be able to propose more effective solutions for smart city information security while developing information and communication technologies. View Full-Text
Keywords: smart city; information security; cloud computation security; big data information security; Internet of things information security smart city; information security; cloud computation security; big data information security; Internet of things information security
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Wu, S.M.; Guo, D.; Wu, Y.J.; Wu, Y.C. Future Development of Taiwan’s Smart Cities from an Information Security Perspective. Sustainability 2018, 10, 4520.

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