September 30, 2019
summary for facility management professional, building owners and IT professionals who are interested in building security and Facility IT.
The “everyone’s business” mantra applies all the way from sales to maintenance, product development to distribution, and from the boardroom to the boiler room. Cybersecurity is everyone’s business.
No longer just the purview of the IT department, facility managers and building owners must take steps to secure their networks. Here's what you need to know.
Knowing where your building automation system might be vulnerable to cyberattacks is the first step to preventing them.
As building automation systems are deployed more and more frequently, cybercrime is also increasingly. Luckily, many industry organizations are working diligently on solutions.
Building owners and facility managers MUST take cybersecurity seriously. One useful tool is BACnet's new Secure Connect protocol. Here's what you need to know.
A new initiative is redefining how buildings are built, managed, and maintained.
Sr. Level Executives are invited to learn about the latest threats & solutions in Cyber Security from experts from The U.S. Department of Justice, The FBI, Google, IBM, Darktrace, Center for Internet Security and more.
A security researcher has revealed that internet-connected building automating devices using the BACnet communication protocol are vulnerable to cyber attack.
Concerns that planes could be targeted in cyberattacks are prompting U.S. officials to re-energize efforts to identify airliners’ vulnerability to hacking.
The revived program, led by the Department of Homeland Security and involving the Pentagon and Transportation Department, aims to identify cybersecurity risks in aviation and improve U.S. cyber resilience in a critical area of public infrastructure, a DHS official said. DHS is offering few details on the program but says it will involve some limited testing of actual aircraft.
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