When the systems in smart cities are classified, there are generally eight categories. These are Smart Transportation, Smart Governance, Smart Economy, Smart Environment, Smart Health, Smart Industry, Smart Security, and Smart Life. There are dozens of intelligent systems in each category. The correct operation of these systems is as important as their security. For example, if any infiltration or intrusion into an intelligent system such as smart intersections, smart roads, crowd management, city noise mapping, smart energy, natural gas and water supply systems, early warning systems, the city may be in great danger. Natural disasters can be experienced as well as fatal consequences that affect human life. Therefore, the rulers of the smart city should always be on the alert and ensure the cyber security of the smart city. Cyber refers to electronic environments such as computer, server, device, hardware, software, protocol, algorithm, process, policy, process, laboratory, system. Cyber security is a set of methods, policies, concepts, and guidelines, risk management approaches, activities, trainings, best practice experiences and technologies used to protect the information assets of institutions, organizations and users. Intelligent strategies against cyber-attacks should be developed as the city environment created by smart systems has become very attractive for data thieves. Otherwise, a smart city can bring people closer to bad situations rather than bring people closer to technology. In this study, Cyber Security in Smart cities will be explained. The current literature review will reveal the latest trends in these two areas. The study is considered to be beneficial for smart cities technology developers.
Smart city, Cyber security, Attack, Living, Technology