Watch: Is your facility safe from hackers?

It may seem like a situation out of the movies, but hackers are increasingly targeting commercial buildings in their attacks. As buildings and their internal controls become more connected, they become more vulnerable to manipulation. Security cameras can be commandeered and used to spy on essential deals. Even worse, fire alarms could be disabled or elevators stranded. Experts suggest continued vigilance, ensuring maintenance crews are vetted, and a devoted security team in-house.


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