Smart Building Bootcamp: IT, Cybersecurity and Risk Management for the Built Environment (Part II)
Intelligent buildings technologies are needed for public-health, risk management, operational cost-efficiency, and the experiences necessary for returning occupants - and the public - to commercial real estate. This series presents industry use-cases for design, development and management of intelligent buildings and examines how to define, plan and execute a smart building strategy in the current environment, applying time-tested principles to provide a future-ready and scalable approach for your project and portfolio.
Today’s IP-enabled, IoT connected facilities are based on sophisticated architectures that strongly rely on IT. This session covers the smart building wired and wireless backbone, reviews cybersecurity fundamentals and explores the boundaries of risk management for the built environment.