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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.
About the Speakers:
Coleman is the lead security practice consultant at Environmental Systems Design, Inc. (ESD) and has over 20 years of experience in security management and as a security engineer and consultant. Coleman has worked closely with clientele in the real estate, health care, financial, trading, education, hospitality, R&D, and government sectors. He is the current Chairman of the ASIS Information Technology Security Council and is also an active member of the Security Architecture and Engineering Council. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, a Master of Science in Computer Information Systems, and is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
ESD Global, Inc.
Security Practice Leader
175 West Jackson Blvd, Suite 1400
Chicago IL 60604
Sal is founder and CEO of IDmachines LLC a provider technical automation and services to identity, credentialing, access control, security, machine learning and technology transfer customers. Over the last 30 years Sal’s customer and project experience includes EZPass and other electronic toll collection systems, many industrial control, SCADA and industrial automation applications, the United States Capitol and Pentagon physical security systems, the Personal Identity Verification credential infrastructure for the United States Federal government intelligence, defense and civilian agencies as well as identity, credential and access control infrastructure and applications for global enterprises and governments.
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