Johnson Controls is Hosting a Webinar Cyber Smart Buildings- How to Secure Your Investment in Connectivity and Automation on April 5th, 2017 1:00 PM CST/ 2:00 PM EST
Most buildings today are considered smart buildings, filled with technology to help make your business better but it is not enough anymore for your building just to be smart, it must be cyber smart. challenges with securing your smart building increases as access to building data and operational system increases.
Building owners, operators, and managers have traditionally evaluated and purchased smart building capabilities based on business criteria such as functionality, efficiency, cost, reliability and quality. But as you evaluate your next investment, cybersecurity must also be a factor.
This one-hour webinar features experts Matthew Doan and Jason Rosselot teaching about cyber risk and what smart building stakeholders can do to support cyber security. They will cover the main topics of:
- The new world risk that comes with the new standards of smart buildings
- Key roles and stakeholders that support cyber security in smart buildings
- Steps you can follow across the building lifecycle to enhance security
About The Guest Speakers:
Matthew Doan is a Senior Associate in Booz Allen’s Commercial Cyber practice. He advises senior clients and leads project teams in driving innovative strategic and operational cyber security solutions, particularly for global automotive, industrial, and high-tech companies. His recent work centers on helping manufacturers understand and manage their cyber risk ecosystem in evolving domains of connected products, manufacturing, and supply chain operations. Previously, Matthew worked strategic threat preparedness challenges for the U.S. Intelligence Community and Department of Defense.
Jason Rosselot leads product cyber security for Johnson Controls. With a career in security and risk management spanning federal service as a Special Agent with the U.S. Department of State and private sector experience in healthcare and financial services, Jason has a deep expertise in risk management. Jason served as the 4th Chairman of the Critical Manufacturing Sector Coordinating Council (CM SCC), helping secure our nation’s manufacturing capability. His expertise and experience are now brought to bear on the challenges brought on by the growing risk of cyber vulnerabilities in buildings and critical environments.