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4G and 5G are not ready for smart cities

By 2022, the number of connected IoT devices is expected to jump from 400 million to 1.5 billion. Smart city systems, self-driving cars, and other IoT infrastructure are connected to the same mobile networks that your smartphone uses. But interruptions of these networks can cause chaos and worse. Merely disabling a few traffic lights can bring an entire city to a standstill. The architecture of modern mobile networks is fundamentally vulnerable, with attackers able to perform denial of service and disrupt networks in a matter of hours.

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