CRE Cybersecurity Forum
June 12 | 8:00 am - 11:45 am | Nashville Music City Center
Over the past decade, weaponized code delivered by malicious individuals has evolved to be one of the greatest threats to our country’s welfare and economy. Cybercrime affects everyone, including individuals, businesses, organizations and government. It was inevitable that cyber threats would eventually find vulnerable Commercial and Corporate Real Estate targets, both at the enterprise and infrastructure level. Cybersecurity as it impacts the built environment continues to be one of the most requested topics in our industry.
To make matters worse, the threat of breaches increases as advanced technologies such as AI, Machine Learning, IoT and others become more integrated into our Commercial and Corporate Real Estate assets and daily activities.
There are four distinct areas that building professionals must consider: 1) traditional IT cyber threats; 2) protection of real estate operational and transaction data; 3) smart, connected buildings; and 4) physical security.
The CRE Cybersecurity Forum will bring together industry thought leaders to address the most high-impact cyber threats and leverage their experience and knowledge to set benchmarks for cybersecurity strategy. Much of the content for this Forum will be developed from the ongoing work of the Real Estate Cyber Consortium (RECC).