Best Practices: Enhancing Your Smart Building Cyber Security Programme
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Firms Must Reboot Their Smart Building Cyber Security Strategies In The Face Of Growing Risks
Firms Face Growing Cyber Threats Across Their Building Technology
The Explosion Of The IoT Across Buildings Is Making Cyber Security More Complex
OT Cyber Security Management Often Falls Through The Cracks Due To Unclear Responsibilities
Firms Should Take A Risk-Based Approach To Cyber Security Management
Facilities, IT And Security Teams Must Unite Against The Cyber Security Threat
Facilities Leaders Must Embed Cyber Security Into Operations
Business Leaders Must Transition To Proactive Cyber Security Management
Table of figuresFigure 1. Smart Building Systems Face Cyber Threats Across Four Key Frontiers
Figure 2. Initial Infection Vectors Used In Cyber Attacks On OT, January 2020-June 2021
Figure 3. Recent OT System Cyber Attack Tactics And Techniques
Figure 4. Factors Slowing Down A Firm’s Response To A Cyber Attack
Figure 5. Five Strategies For Managing OT Cyber Security
Figure 6. Key Steps To Enhance Your Smart Building Cyber Security Programme
Organisations mentionedAcalvio Technologies, British Security Industry Association, Brivo, Concentric, essensys, Everbridge, FBI, Honeywell, IBM, Kisi, KNX, McAfee, Nordic Choice Hotels, Nuvolo, Openpath, Ponemon Institute, Romantik Seehotel Jaegerwirt, SAFECARE Project, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Target, TOSIBOX, UK Government, US National Security Agency, US NIST, Veridify Security
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