Since these last few years our world has been getting smarter and smarter. We may ask ourselves: what does smart mean? It is the possibility of building systems which are nodes of a more complex network, digitally connected to the internet and to the final users. Our cities are becoming one of those networks and over time more and more elements are getting connected to such network: from traffic lights to information signs, from traffic and surveillance cameras to transport systems. This last element, also called as Smart Mobility is the subject of our analysis, divided in three sub-element, each one describing a different method of transport in our city:
• Private transport: for this method we analyze the smart alternatives aimed to make parking activity easy, hassle free and more convenient.
• Shared transport: we focus our attention on those systems which are sharing transport vehicles. In particular we deal with bike sharing which seems to be the most wide spread system in European cities.
• Public transport: object of our analysis for this section is the bus, metro and tram network.
The aim of our analysis is understanding the ecosystem which each element belongs to and performing a security evaluation of such a system. In this way the most plausible attack and fraud scenarios are pointed out and the presence of proper security measures is checked. All the details discussed here are collected from a sample city, but the same methodology and concept can be applied to most of the smart cities in the world.