The systems that make modern smart buildings bright, comfortable, and energy efficient by necessity must be connected to the internet. This leaves modern buildings open to a myriad of cybersecurity risks including potential operations shut down, tenant network compromise, equipment damage and even life-safety systems impact. Therefore, stopping unauthorized access needs to be a priority, but there is still a need to give equipment suppliers and other vendors access to building systems for purposes of remote maintenance and troubleshooting.
Exacerbating the issue is that networks can be distributed across many sites and locations, with a very diverse set of vulnerable endpoints from HVAC systems, automated parking controls, elevators, lighting, security cameras and more. Policy management needs to be consistent across locations, but customized for different system access requirements.
Penn State University protects and segments its building control systems in record time for employees, clients, and vendors.
Airwall provides secure network connections for the Penn State campus in record time with no additional infrastructure or head count required.Download
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