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The systems that make up a smart city ecosystem are not easily secured and require better design and better policy to ensure they are not vulnerable.

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Microsoft released the public preview of Face Check, which detects a user's liveness and compares appearance against existing documents such as a driver’s license to verify identity.
Tens of thousands of workers are effected by a fellow employee dipping into files that include everything from SSNs and names to union status and compensation data.
France, the UK, the US, and others will work on a framework for the responsible use of tools like NSO Group's Pegasus, and Shadowserver Foundation gains £1 million investment.
The cyberattackers used SQL injection and XSS to target 65 retail companies and job recruiters, stealing databases with unique emails and other sensitive records.

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