Energy Exchange 2019
Energy managers and building operators are more dependent on digital technologies to run buildings and monitor efficiency and costs. Technology has improved exponentially during the last 10 years, providing building managers with more sophisticated tools, which comes with an increased possibility of disruption through cyber-attacks. We will discuss how to conduct cybersecurity and risk assessments for building systems, including inventory of critical assets, and identification of vulnerable systems. This session will provide a high-level overview of controls systems cybersecurity and provide a roadmap for execution for energy managers.
Maureen Roskoski, Facility Engineering Associates
Daniel Shepard, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Phil Klokis, Public Buildings Service, GSA
Upon completion of this session attendees will:
- Identify the competencies in cyber security needed for energy managers;
- Gain a general understanding of cybersecurity and risk assessments for building systems;
- Develop an awareness of how your mission correlates to cybersecurity requirements; and
- Gain an understanding of controls systems cybersecurity with a roadmap for execution.