Security convergence—that utopian state where two historically distinct security functions, physical and information, come together to work in united peace and harmony to protect people, property, and information.
The growing proliferation of connected devices demands a more robust security routine.
As cybercriminals find increasingly devious ways to infiltrate building systems, facility owners, operators and managers need to invest in better cybersecurity measures.
Connected building systems offer exciting opportunities for the industry, but they also bring cybersecurity risks designers and manufacturers may not expect.
Developing a strong cyberattack incident response plan requires a thorough examination of everything from building a response team to actually testing out the plan and ensuring it works.
The Internet of Things (IoT) requires a sound strategy when applying it to smart buildings because of the many different systems that need to be connected.
Cybersecurity is becoming a major problem for operational technology (OT) users and can affect people in surprising and unexpected ways. See example and four questions to ask when developing an OT cybersecurity plan.
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There has been an increase in the percentage of systems attacked in the oil and gas industry as well as the building automation sector during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With a large influx of people working remotely due to COVID-19, cybersecurity is becoming a topic of concern for employers and their employees.