Cybersecurity of smart buildings: a facilities management perspective

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Ghadiminia, N. and Saeidlou, S. 2021. Cybersecurity of smart buildings: a facilities management perspective.
AuthorsGhadiminia, N. and Saeidlou, S.
TypeConference paper
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The cybersecurity of smart buildings is often perceived from the technological aspects of cybersecurity, pertaining to the cybersecurity of the smart devices and systems installed in facilities. Facilities management (FM) organisations responsible of managing and controlling the buildings using building management systems (BMS) are increasingly collaborating with various stakeholders using digital platforms that enable access to facilities' data. This results in an increased risk of cybersecurity attack to the FM systems, that may enable unwanted access to BMS systems. Poor cybersecurity management in FM may result in disastrous impacts on the facilities and operations within. Therefore, this paper investigates the cybersecurity risks to a smart building, from a facilities management perspective and provides recommendations of the ways in which FM can minimise the risks.

KeywordsFacilities management; Smart buildings; Cybersecurity-risks; Cyber-Physical
Year2021
ConferenceCIBSE Technical Symposium
Related URLhttps://www.researchgate.net/publication/356424187_Cybersecurity_of_Smart_Buildings_A_Facilities_Management_Perspective
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