Smarter Not Harder: Leveraging Smart Building Data to Manage Risk and Improve Security Approach
With data threats and privacy regulations on the rise, the International Data Corporation (IDC) is forecasting that the global Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) market will reach $15 billion in the next three years. With a potential recession looming, businesses will be looking for ways to streamline operations, but will also look to bolster risk management programs. How can they do both? Smart buildings can add value to security capabilities by using the data and data analytics they are already collecting to track assets, improve cybersecurity, reduce false alarms, and enhance compliance activities. By integrating data and analytics platforms, organizations can enable a streamlined proactive threat protection program.
Learning Objective #1:
Outline how data collected by smart buildings can be leveraged to build a risk management program, informing insider threat and converged cyber-physical security services.
Learning Objective #2:
Highlight the advantages of using historical data to streamline operations and resources while optimizing spend and maximizing physical and cybersecurity capabilities.
Learning Objective #3:
Give a detailed background into the GRC industry and how a thorough GRC strategy is a critical part of core business planning and operations.
Cybersecurity Pavilion Stage