Hacking Building Controls For Fun And Profit: Security Risks To Cyber-Physical Systems

Monday, September 27 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Location: Offensive Strategies: Preparing for an Attack Theater


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Title: Hacking Building Controls For Fun And Profit: Security Risks To Cyber-Physical Systems

Description:

Physical security and other building control systems are core elements of intelligent buildings. They are used to control power, monitor fire and safety, operate elevators, secure workspaces, and control operations, but whereas they used to be stand-alone and proprietary, now they are interconnected, use open protocols, and are finding their way onto networks that can be accessed by individuals anywhere in the world. These systems are increasingly coming under cyber attack, and so unique measures are needed to address this risk. This presentation explores and demonstrates the vulnerabilities that can be exploited and the measures that can be used for defense. 

Type: All Access Education

Target Audience Experience Level: Advanced

Industry Application: Information Technology and Telecommunications,Real Estate/Construction

Globally Focused Session: Globally Applicable

Learning Objective #1: Why control systems are being targeted and their value to cybercriminals

Learning Objective #2: Why these systems are vulnerable and the principal risks associated with them

Learning Objective #3: How to address these unique risks


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