Tweet

February 2020
AutomatedBuildings.com

Innovations in Comfort, Efficiency, and Safety Solutions.
Belimo

(Click Message to Learn More)


Preview of New Deal Cybersecurity Summit

AHR Expo 2020, Orlando, FL, February 4/20
Anto Budiardjo
Anto Budiardjo,

Editor,
New Deal for Buildings

Contributing Editor

  
Articles
Interviews
Releases
New Products
Reviews
Belimo
Editorial
Events
Sponsors
Site Search
Newsletters
Distech Controls
Archives
Past Issues
Home
Editors
eDucation
Control Solutions, Inc
Training
Links
Software
Subscribe
Securing Buildings News

The second New Deal Cybersecurity Summit is being held at the AHR Expo 2020 in Orlando, FL on Feb/4 will discuss and map out the future of cybersecurity in the BAS industry around the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.

Below are abstracts and links to a series of articles authored by speakers from the Summit, describing the relevance of the NIST Framework to how BAS industry players should prepare themselves for fully securing building automation systems.


Framework

Framework

In the outline article, NIST Cybersecurity Framework and BAS, Anto Budiardjo, organizer and moderator of the New Deal Cybersecurity Summit at AHR Expo describes the importance of the NIST Framework for building automation systems.

The NIST Framework will be discussed at the opening session of the Cybersecurity Summit at 8:00 am on Tuesday Feb/4.

Identify






Identify

In his article, Understanding NIST's Identify Function, Steve Fey, CEO of Totem Buildings discusses the need to identify the components within a building automation systems in order to secure it.

The importance of the identify function will be discussed in the first session starting at 9:00 am at the Summit at the AHR Expo on Feb/4 in Orlando.


Protect










Protect

In his article, Protecting BAS from Cybersecurity Threats, Jim Butler, CTO of Cimetrics, Inc. outlines the role of BACnet/SC as well as the need to protect BAS networks from other dangers.

The issues related to protecting BAS networks will be the topic of the Cybersecurity Summit starting at 9:30 am on Tuesday Feb/4.


Detect







Detect

In his article, Detection: Yes, Trees and Groundhogs Do Make Sounds, Dave Bohlman, VP Technology of KMC Controls discusses the issues to detect breached in BAS networks.

The topic of detecting cyber breaches in building automation systems will be discussed starting at 10:30 am at the Cybersecurity Summit at AHR Expo on Feb/4.


Respond








Respond

In her article, Respond, Carol Lomonaco, Product Manager at Johnson Controls, outlines the range of activities that need to be considered when responding to cybersecurity breaches in a building automation system.

Responding to cybersecurity breaches will be discussed at the session starting at 11:00 am during the Cybersecurity Summit at AHR Expo.

Recover










Recover

In his article, After The Breach - How Can My Building Recover from a Cyberattack?, Kevin Smith, CTO of Tridium Inc. discusses the breadth of issues that need to be considered in order to recover following a cybersecurity breach.

The all-important topic of recovery will be the topic of discussion at the concluding session of the Cybersecurity Summit, starting at 11:20 am on Feb/4 at the AHR Expo in Orlando, FL.



footer

Global Control 5
[Click Banner To Learn More]

[Home Page]  [The Automator]  [About]  [Subscribe ]  [Contact Us]

Events

Want Ads

Our Sponsors

Resources