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It is no longer enough for a building to be smart—it must now be cybersmart. Building owners, operators and managers have traditionally evaluated and purchased smart building capabilities based on business criteria such as functionality, efficiency, cost, reliability and quality. But as you evaluate your next investment, cybersecurity must also be a factor.
As access to building data and operational systems increases, so do the challenges associated with securing the smart building environment. The same capabilities that provide beneficial new features can also introduce a material risk to your occupants and your bottom line.
Download this paper by Booz Allen and Johnson Controls to learn more about cyber risk and cybersecurity, including:
“It is no longer enough for a building to be smart—it must now be cybersmart.”
Learn more about a framework and strategies to defend your smart buildings from cyber threats.