San Mateo CA
|San Mateo CA|
|San Mateo City Hall|
|San Mateo CA Map|
|Type of Municipality||City|
|Date Established||March 21, 1872|
|Area||15.52 sq.mi40.197 sq.km <br />9,932.8 Acres <br />|
|Elevation||56 ft17.069 m <br />|
|Population||9100891,008 people <br />|
San Mateo (/ˌsæn məˈteɪ.oʊ/ SAN mə-TAY-oh; Spanish for '"Saint Matthew"') is a city in San Mateo County, California, on the San Francisco Peninsula. About 20 miles (32 km) south of San Francisco, the city borders Burlingame to the north, Hillsborough to the west, San Francisco Bay and Foster City to the east and Belmont to the south. The population is 105,661 per the 2020 census.
|Bay Area Unified Wi-Fi Roaming Security and Ease of Use|
|As more and more cities deploy public Wi-Fi service, security and ease of use are becoming critical. In addition, the service becomes fragmented and constrained by geopolitical boundaries. This action cluster will deploy and evaluate the impact of new Wi-Fi authentication and access management solutions that deliver not only the highest possible end-user security, but will allow participating municipalities to create a unified regional system that users can automatically connect to when in range, regardless of what city/county they are in.|
|Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Mitigation|
|Empower municipalities with cybersecurity risk assessment methodology and resources to enable timely understanding of their risk levels and appropriate mitigation against cyberrisks.
The risk assessment methodology is adapted from NIST Cybersecurity Framework with a Technical Risk Rating component and an Expert Assessment. The daunting resource shortage is addressed by a unique volunteer matching mechanism based on public-private partnerships.
|East Palo Alto Neighborhood Innovation Zone|
|Risk Assessment in the County of San Mateo, California|
|This use case describes how risk assessment has been implemented in the County of San Mateo, California, and identifies activities that align most closely with the Step 0: Prepare and Step 6: Monitor steps of the risk management process. However, the assessment process and the outputs from the assessment also involve elements from and inform all of the other risk management steps (i.e., Step 1: Categorize, Step 2: Select, Step 3: Implement, Step 4: Assess, Step 5: Authorize). Refer to Appendix B of this Guidebook for an example of the risk assessment questionnaire and its application.|
|San Mateo County Public WiFi|
|We live in the heart of Silicon Valley, but even in San Mateo County we have a significant digital divide between those with high speed Internet access and those with slow speed or no access. The County believes that providing high speed Internet access is the 21st century equivalent to building roads. Providing the infrastructure so that all residents have equal access to online resources is critical to supporting our shared vision of a healthy, safe, prosperous, livable, environmentally conscious, and collaborative community.|
|Smart Buildings Action Cluster|
|SBAC will focus on smart buildings within the environment of communities on a local and regional level. There are a number of issues pertaining to communications, connectivity and integration that need to be resolved. This group will discuss these issues and others that arise over time, as well as work to provide best practices and prototype demonstrations of such.|
|Smart Region Initiative Joint Venture Silicon Valley|
|Joint Venture’s Smart Region Initiative is a coalition between local governments, businesses, and residents working together to improve quality of life in Silicon Valley through the targeted and holistic application of smart city technologies. The coalition builds on existing relationships with technology companies, academia, and local government leaders to drive a coordinated public-private sector effort, and mounts a highly strategic campaign to lead and transform Silicon Valley’s smart cities implementations at a regional scale.|