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IBM Penetration Testing a Building Automation System

IBM Penetration Testing a Building Automation System

Key insights from the IBM X-Force security research team:

There is much focus in the IT industry on securing web servers, applications and critical network infrastructure from cyber attack, but what about the new class of web-enabled devices that are connected to the systems that control heating, lights and locks in buildings?

Read this report to learn more about:

– How to test for the potential risks associated with building automation systems
– How to implement the proper controls to protect those systems
– What companies need to do to develop secure architectures and protections for building automation devices

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