February 5 | 12:00-12:30 | Smart Building Conference 2018 | Commercial Track, Room E101 (Forum)
How Hackers Are Connecting with Smart Buildings
Session Location
E 101

Smart Buildings rely on connectivity. As connected devices proliferate, this increased connectivity introduces more vulnerabilities, and more openings, for hackers to exploit. In our connected world, threats can come from any direction. Security strategists need to think differently, factoring in the full threat landscape and thinking like a hacker. With the cross-contamination of connected devices, threats easily cross boundaries of the connected home, the connected building, mobile devices and the enterprise.

  • The way to combat this threat to Smart Buildings is to learn to think like an attacker and develop a long-term cybersecurity strategy.
  • This session will start with a view of the hackers’ business model, explore how hackers operate and provide an analysis of how threats spread in the current connected landscape.
  • The importance of a multi-layered cybersecurity strategy in disrupting a hacker’s business model.
Director of IoT Security
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