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Smart Building Security

Cybersecurity is crucial for Smart Buildings that use interconnected technologies and systems, like HVAC and lighting, controlled via Building Management Systems (BMS) or Building Automation Systems (BAS). These buildings depend on the Internet of Things (IoT) and Operational Technology (OT) to enhance energy efficiency, operational reliability, and occupant comfort, making them increasingly susceptible to cyber threats. As such, robust cybersecurity measures are essential to safeguard these systems against potential cyber attacks, ensuring data protection and continuous operation.

Smart Building Cybersecurity Services



 We measure the maturity, resiliency, and strength of your organization’s cybersecurity efforts to build your cybersecurity defense.

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Maintain Ongoing Regulatory Compliance

Novesh addresses cybersecurity compliance in Smart Buildings by adhering to standards such as GDPR, HIPAA, NIS, FISMA, and ISO/IEC.

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Vulnerability Scanning & Pen Testing

Deploy end-to-end security vulnerability scanning to close cyber security gaps in your network, hosting and applications.

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Backup & Disaster Recovery

With our backup solutions and disaster recovery plan, your IT infrastructure is safeguarded from any unwanted guests, eliminating threats and managing vulnerability scans.

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Secure Remote Access within a Smart Building

A VPN framework for secure remote access is crucial to mitigate third-party risks while preserving benefits. Adhering to a zero-trust policy ensures consistent security enforcement across all network access points, enhancing policy management and minimizing vulnerabilities.

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Secured Connected Platform Architecture

Deploying intelligent building technologies requires a security-first approach to mitigate risks in multi-tenant digital infrastructures. A connected platform with a Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) model enforces strict authentication, authorization, and device security checks before granting network access to users, applications, or devices.

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Building a Connected Network within a Smart Building

A centralized or converged network is an efficient backbone for building technology infrastructure, replacing separate networks to reduce costs and enhance visibility. It offers a uniform security policy for all technology systems and enables building-wide network monitoring for rapid cybersecurity threat identification and mitigation.

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Cyberattack Highlight

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Cybersecurity ranks as one of the top 3 concerns worrying organizations that are considering investment in IoT or digital transformation projects. 

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In a commercial building, hackers bypassed the RFID-based entry system and gained entry to a secure data center.

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A luxury hotel’s Building Automation System (BAS) was targeted with a DDoS attack, disabling smart locks, lighting, and media systems.

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Cybercriminals infected the control system of a high-rise with ransomware, demanding payment to restore functionality.