Cyber Attacks Could “Shut Down a Building with One Click” Research Shows

As the global smart building movement marches on at increasing pace, it is sometimes easy to forget that many, building management systems hold potential vulnerabilities. The results of a one-year research project have revealed more than 100 flaws in building management and access control systems of the some popular vendors investigated. In response, US Homeland Security has handed out a “perfect score” of 10.0, implying the most severe risk for the worst vulnerabilities identified by the research. Fixes and patches have been released, but the compelling results have underlined the widespread cyber security flaws that still exist in all smart buildings. Just over a year ago, Gjoko Krstic, a researcher at industrial cyber security firm Applied Risk, began analyzing building management systems (BMS), building automation systems (BAS) and access control products from four leading vendors; Optergy, Nortek, Prima Systems and Computrols. Krstic focused his testing on specific products, the Computrols CBAS-Web, Optergy Proton/Enterprise, Prima FlexAir […]

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