Researchers Find Hardcoded Password Vulnerability in Access Control SystemFebruary 21st, 2019
Public Key Infrastructure could Emerge as De Facto Credential for IoT DevicesFebruary 18th, 2019
Undetected Hacks of IoT Devices May be Straining our Power System & Strangling our Economy
“We’ve all seen the headlines: A major cyber attack on the US electric grid could cause over $1 trillion in economic impact,” says Yotam Gutman, VP Marketing at SecuriThings. “Nevertheless. to date, there have been no recorded cyber attacks on power facilities that have caused a major physical catastrophe or long blackout,” he points out. […]
It is All About Making Spaces Work – Cyber Security in the Smart Building Age.
The role of the architect will be to introduce some humanity into all this technology,” says the new chair of the Internet of Things Security Foundation (IoTSF) working group for smart buildings, Norman Disney & Young (NDY) cyber security advisor Alan Mihalic. Mihalic is concerned that the Internet of Things (IoT) will have a disruptive […]
Security By Design – The Only Way To Effectively Protect Smart Buildings From Cyber Attack
Cyber attacks are an unfortunate reality of our connected world, and as more of our smart buildings get online, it seems there is no stopping the increased threat to them from hackers. While we may be helpless in reducing the wide variety of attempts to bring down or hold to ransom our connected assets, we […]
Giving Greater Significance To The Threat Of Cyber Attacks On Smart Buildings
“Technology is changing the most fundamental truth about commercial real estate, that value is based solely on location,” according to Deloitte. Offering a workplace in a good location is no longer enough to attract the top tenants, nor is it enough for those organizations to entice the best talent. Leading companies and their workers are […]
Connected Physical Security Devices – The Trojan Horse for Cyber Attacks
Last year, we estimated that world expenditure on Physical Security products was $28Bn. Our latest report on Cyber Security shows that of some 10 building technology elements, physical security products were perceived as having the highest risk to cyber security threats. Causing the greatest level of concern here are video cameras, given the recent hacking […]
Audio: Cyber Security in 2017! What can Smart Buildings expect?
For those who missed it or want to listen again, below is the Audio Recording from our 1st Smart Buildings Series conversation in 2017 – Cyber Security in 2017! What can Smart Buildings expect?. This is a Q&A with Billy Rios, Founder of WhiteScope LLC. We take a deep dive into the Mirai DDoS Attacks […]
Webinar: Cyber Security in 2017! What can Smart Buildings expect?
** Recording of this Webinar can be Found HERE ** Please Join us on Wednesday 11th January 16:00 GMT for our 1st FREE Webinar in the 2017 Smart Buildings Series.. Cyber Security in 2017! What can Smart Buildings expect? A Q&A Webinar with Billy Rios, Founder of WhiteScope LLC. We will be discussing what lessons […]
Internet of Things Devices at the Center of Biggest Cyber Attack In History
“In a relatively short time we’ve taken a system built to resist destruction by nuclear weapons and made it vulnerable to toasters,” tweeted Jeff Jarmoc, head of security for global business service Salesforce. Jamroc’s comments came after one of the largest cyber attacks in history brought down several of the internet’s biggest sites just over […]