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Securing OT & IoT in Building Automation Systems

Securing OT & IoT in Building Automation Systems

Gain visibility into building automation systems (BAS) and IoT devices while protecting human safety and business performance.

To reduce energy and operational costs, building owner-operators are rapidly adopting new technologies. They’re adding edge-to-cloud computing architectures and remote monitoring capabilities to environments filled with legacy systems. This greatly increases connectivity – but it also creates significant OT security risks.

See

What’s on your network and how it’s behaving

Detect

Cyber threats, risks and anomalies for faster response

Unify

Security, visibility and monitoring across all your assets

Which OT / IoT Security Challenge is Keeping You Awake at Night?

CHALLENGE 

Gaining Complete Visibility Into My OT/IoT Systems

Without visibility into all the IoT and OT assets and networks used across our properties, it’s hard to ensure system safety and security.

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CHALLENGE 

Improving Situational Awareness Across Properties

A wide-range of building automation systems plus the rapid roll-out of smart sensors makes it hard to monitor and secure our buildings.

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CHALLENGE

Understanding Operational System Vulnerabilities

Knowing which vendor’s sensors, controllers and IoT devices are at risk of attack would help me focus my cybersecurity efforts.

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CHALLENGE 

Detecting Malware Infections in Building Systems

To prevent malware from spreading within a property or across my building portfolio, I need lightning fast threat and anomaly detection.

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Flexible Deployment Architecture for Building Automation Systems

Shown here is an example of how the Nozomi Networks solution can be deployed for smart buildings.

A wide variety of appliances, a flexible architecture and integrations with other systems allow us to provide a solution tailored to meet the needs of your organization.

Additionally, Remote Collectors™ can be added to Guardian appliances to capture data from edge devices.

The High Cost of a Cyber Incident

COMPANY

Target

CYBER INCIDENT

Malware: BlackPOS

IMPACT
  • 40 million credit and debit card numbers stolen

  • Leaked personal information of 70 million customers

  • Legal action taken by multiple parties

  • Senior leadership turnover

“Target Breach: Phishing Attack Implicated,” DarkReading, February, 2014.
“Target Breach Began With Contractor’s Electronic Billing Link,” The Wall Street Journal, February, 2014.

Cost

Learn More About Securing OT and IoT in Smart Buildings

BLOG

Cybersecurity for Building Automation Systems

ARTICLE

Smart Buildings & IoT: Consider the Connectivity Security Risks

SOLUTION BRIEF

Nozomi Networks

DATA SHEET

Guardian

EXECUTIVE BRIEF

Integrating OT into IT/OT SOCs

EXECUTIVE BRIEF

The Cost of OT Cyber Security Incidents and How to Reduce Risk

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