Think Security First for all of your Connected Assets

Securing Smart Buildings: Do You Know the Risks?

Solution Topic: Threat Detection Correlation
The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the declining costs of sensors and cloud computing are disrupting the industry as more organizations retrofit or build out new smart buildings. There are many benefits of smart building technology ranging from occupant comfort and safety to improved efficiency and sustainability. However, these new connected assets increase the risk of a cyberattack on vulnerable endpoints that need to be protected. Download the infobrief and complementary analyst connections to understand the security implications of smart building technology across smart campuses, energy, government, manufacturing, and retail.
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IDC Analyst Connections: Manufacturing

Solution Topic: Management Analytics
Most facilities today are outdated and filled with aging, unsecured assets. As manufacturers look to modernize their plants and transform, new avenues for cyberattacks have opened, making security a top priority.
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IDC Analyst Connection: Education and Healthcare

Solution Topic: Compliance
Securing Smart Campuses: Do You Know the Risks? Education and medical campuses are complex 24 x 7 multibuilding environments that must be secured to protect the physical and digital safety of patients, students, and family members as well as visitors and staff.
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IDC Analyst Connection Retail: Do You Know the Risks?

Solution Topic: Single Pane Management Visibility
Retailers aspiring to have smart stores must converge their information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) cybersecurity strategies and secure their OT systems, such as HVAC, refrigeration, lighting, and other systems, to become smarter.
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IDC Analyst Connection: Energy Sector

Solution Topic: Threat Detection Correlation
Smart buildings and facilities in the energy sector have historically focused on operational efficiencies, energy savings, and automated industrial control systems. However, the continued convergence of both physical security and cybersecurity has recently led to a greater emphasis on and sense of urgency around IoT-based security.
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