Sustainability and efficiency are two reasons why demand for building sensors and software are on the rise. But the more connected a building is, the more vulnerable it can be to cybersecurity breaches. John Archer joins PlaceTech's Karl Tomusk to discuss the biggest risks faced by building owners.
- What are the biggest risks in operating smart buildings?
- Does the risk rise as you install more tools and sensors?
- Who should be responsible for dealing with cybersecurity breaches?
- What are some easy wins that could make smart buildings less vulnerable to attacks?
- How will security concerns and threats change in the coming years?
Landlords have enough to worry about ensuring their buildings meet the demands of occupiers in the hybrid working era, and the challenges of meeting ESG goals supported by Smart building technology – so the last thing they need is a battle on the cybersecurity front too. Drafting in the experts to audit, assess and advise on safe and secure technology maintenance is the best way to identify and mitigate the risks.