In recent years, Las Vegas has become a prototypical smart city. Between its fully autonomous vehicles and its array of IoT sensors, the city aims to embrace innovation without compromising the security of its 650,000 residents and 42 million annual tourists.
Yet local governments know that internet-connected infrastructure is vulnerable to targeted assaults, which continue to blur the line between digital and physical threats. Las Vegas was also imperiled by insider threats and never-before-seen attacks to its taxpayer's private information - attacks that its conventional security tools had no way of detecting. By deploying the latest AI security tools, however, the city can now neutralize all threats facing its cloud, SaaS, IoT, and industrial networks within seconds.
Download this case study to find out how the smart city of Las Vegas:
- Achieved 100% visibility across its hybrid cloud infrastructure and industrial networks
- Secured its vast, IoT-powered smart city technology from a single pane of glass
- Gained the ability to autonomously neutralize cloud-based attacks in real time
- Protected critical infrastructure against insider threats and never-before-seen attacks