Cities and their residents need 'honest conversation' on cybersecurity

"Clayton Banks, the chief executive of Silicon Harlem, a New York City technology incubator, said that those conversations need to start with digital literacy, particularly in areas where connectivity issues can inhibit widespread technological knowledge. “They can’t get to these things if they don’t have some level of digital literacy,” Banks said. “It’s great to talk about this really hot topic of cybersecurity, but with my perspective working within a community, to be able to understand what’s happening inside out has been very beneficial to how we can deploy these types of services to make it sustainable." Read the complete article from statescoop