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IoTSI Framework Press Release

The Internet of Things Security Institute (IoTSI) announced today that it has released an IoT Security Framework for Smart Cities and Critical Infrastructure. Alan Mihalic President of the IoT Security Institute says the objective of the IoTSI is to provide the cyber and privacy frameworks that can be implemented from the base build through to the build completion. “The goal of the IoT security Institute is to establish a comprehensive set of guidelines to help each of the supply chain participants specify, procure, install, integrate, operate and maintain IoT securely in Buildings, Smart Precincts and Cities. This includes intelligent buildings equipment and controls such as audio visual (AV), fire, HVAC, lighting and building security.

Building Information Modelling (BIM): Addressing the Cyber Security Issues

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is going to transform the way that the architecture, construction, engineering and facilities management (FM) industries work together. This new collaborative approach is based on shared information models, which will be developed and maintained across the lifecycle of the building or infrastructure. A number of new risks are inherent in the adoption of BIM, in particular the need to address cyber security in the implementation of the collaborative processes and systems.

Working with Engineers

Designing Cyber Security into the Smart City built environment requires alignment to Building and Engineering industry processes and schedules.Designing Cyber Security into the Smart City built environment requires alignment to Building and Engineering industry processes and schedules.

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Why the need for a Smart Cities and Critical Infrastructure Framework

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An integration of Smart Frameworks- IoTSI meets the Smart City Mandala

Mindful of the unique Smart Technology challenges facing Smart Cities, the IoT Security Institute was tasked with developing a flexible and deployment focused Framework to assist in enabling cyber safe IoT Smart City initiatives. It became clear that any Cyber and Privacy Framework needed to integrate with Smart City development methodologies and deployment practices. This was not a simple “corporate environment” scenario.
The emergence of IoT will affect urban planning and engineering as much as it will impact more traditional network and computing services.