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Cyber-Smart Buildings – Threats, Risks and Solutions

Cyber-Smart Buildings – Threats, Risks and Solutions

March 19, 2020, 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

Sands 302
Language:
English

As building structural control technologies leverage an increasing level of connectivity, automation and machine intelligence, the relative cyber-attack surface begins to expand exponentially. As end users benefit from greater levels of ease of use, consequently, so too do attackers benefit from greater numbers of attack vectors. With an expanding threat landscape, those entrusted to protect the physical structure, its perimeter, assets and occupants are being transferred increasing levels of risk and concern. In this talk we will explore how cyber threats are impacting smart buildings, some of the techniques and due diligence that can be employed to mitigate these risks, and the sort of maintenance and situational awareness that is requisite in order to better ensure a durable cybersecurity posture perpetually.  

Learning Objectives: 

1. Understanding of cyber-related risk with respect to advances in smart building technologies
2. Review of select engineering solutions and practices to mitigate such threats
3. Overview of some best practices for any cyber-concerned stakeholder in the smart building space  

Contributors

  • John Deskurakis

    Speaker

    Chief Product Security Officer

    Carrier

    John Deskurakis is a Sr. Principal Software Security Architect and a Global Product Security Program Leader at Johnson Controls - a global...

Categories

  1. Track
    Physical Security