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 at the Cybersecurity Summit
Anto Budiardjo
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The BAS industry is currently in the midst of transforming its posture with respect to cybersecurity. This move comes after years of the reality that BAS systems are secure mostly because they are stand-alone, and not part of the enterprise information systems.

With the rapid transformation of BAS systems into an integral part of corporate networks and ultimately falling under the scope of IT and CISO organizations, the BAS industry as a whole has the opportunity to transform its image and make sure it is not regarded as the security hazard on the digital infrastructure.

Fortunately for us, we are not alone with this problem. Other industries are made up of a similarly lengthy and diverse supply chain, and the tool that many industries are using is the NIST Cybersecurity Framework 1.1 released by NIST in 2018.

NIST

The purpose of the NIST Framework fits exactly with the need for different buildings-focused stakeholder groups to be aligned when it comes to creating secure buildings. It thus makes sense for us to use the Framework to map out how the BAS industry should view its role.

The NIST Framework will be at the core of the discussions at the New Deal Cybersecurity Summit in Orlando, February 4, 2020, at the sidelines of the annual, industry-gathering AHR Expo and ASHRAE Winter Meeting.

Read more in the full article on the New Deal Blog.





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