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Best Practices for Securing an Intelligent Building Management System (iBMS)

  • Reference

    998-2095-02-31-12AR0_EN

  • Type

    White paper

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    01/09/2011

  • Version

    1.0

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  • Reference

    998-2095-02-31-12AR0_EN

  • Type

    White paper

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    01/09/2011

  • Version

    1.0

Description:

System integrators, network administrators, and facilities personnel need to apply best practices for securing an intelligent building management system (iBMS) throughout its lifecycle. Once stand-alone systems, iBMSs are now routinely networked to IT data centers, remote access servers, and public utilities. This paper describes how to secure an iBMS throughout the design, installation, and operating phases of its lifecycle. Best practices for addressing various aspects of security are described, including network infrastructure protection, threat detection and mitigation, and device hardening.

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Description:

System integrators, network administrators, and facilities personnel need to apply best practices for securing an intelligent building management system (iBMS) throughout its lifecycle. Once stand-alone systems, iBMSs are now routinely networked to IT data centers, remote access servers, and public utilities. This paper describes how to secure an iBMS throughout the design, installation, and operating phases of its lifecycle. Best practices for addressing various aspects of security are described, including network infrastructure protection, threat detection and mitigation, and device hardening.

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