Integrity and availability of data, confidentiality, digital ethics, individual freedom: in a hyperconnected world where infrastructures interact with each other, the design, construction and operation of smart buildings today require a more demanding and more overall.
In a context where cyberattacks are on the rise, the SBA takes stock of the current state of the tools and methods available to professionals to strengthen the cybersecurity of their building projects. Through this new collective work, she sheds light on the best practices to implement to integrate the cybersecurity dimension at the heart of the success of a smart building project.
With the rise of the smart building, the building is transformed into a platform of digital services intended to ensure the comfort and safety of the occupants, to optimize spaces, to improve energy efficiency and safety. At the same time, connected objects and digital devices make this smart building more "talkative", generating a large amount of usage data and as much content and potential targets to protect. If technological innovations aim to improve the real estate value and the attractiveness of a building, they simultaneously precipitate cyber threats on the front of the stage. A new page is opening for real estate, the advent of "Cyber Smart Buildings"...
An essential cybersecurity strategy for smart buildings
To protect users and their personal data from digital risks, such as internal or external threats to which they are exposed, the implementation of a strategy to prevent the risks inherent in the digitization of buildings has now become essential. The digital transformation that the real estate sector is undergoing must therefore be accompanied by a holistic approach to cybersecurity. But where to start ? How to do it ? To which actors to turn?
Property companies, landlords, local authorities, industrialists, experts and business leaders have come together within the SBA's "Cyber building" commission, to share a common language, and combine technologies, uses and professions. Fruit of their collective work, this white paper on the cybersecurity of tertiary buildings will allow all the actors concerned by the subject of cybersecurity to better understand its concepts and its use cases.
This collective work was produced under the coordination of Alain Kergoat, co-founder of URBAN PRACTICES and chairman of the SBA's "Cyber Building" commission, and Jean-Christophe Denis, Head of the cyber building offer at WALLIX Groupe.
The SBA warmly thanks the members of the "Cyber Building" commission who contributed to the drafting of this white paper: ACOME, Julien Leroy • ACTIVUS GROUP, Laurent Fraimont and Cédric Thevenot • ACS-2I, Gilles Trojani • AFNOR, Brice Gilbert • ALLIANZ, Sébastien Chemouny • ANITEC, Lilian Caule • AN2V, Virgile Augé • ANSSI, Éric Hazane • ARCOM, Philippe Raynaud • CAISSE DES DÉPÔTS, Aymeric Buthion • CNPP, Nathalie Labeys and Ronan Jezequel • CYBERHUB, Philippe Hubert • DALKIA SMART BUILDING, Jean -Christophe Clément • EIFFAGE ÉNERGIE, Jocelyn Zindy • ENGIE, Loïc Mouëzy and Gilles Courtes • ENOCEAN, Emmanuel François • GATEWATCHER, Karim Mazoir • GIMELEC, Rodolphe de Beaufort • HPE, Vincent Blavet • HYVILO, Damien Couval • ICADE, Frédéric Caufriez and Alexandre Masraff • IGNES, Anne-Sophie Perrissin-Fabert • INGETEL, Nicolas Le Net and Gilles Genin • IMAPROTECT, Henri Morawek • KARDHAM DIGITAL, Pascal Zerates • MOBOTIX, Patrice Ferrant • OCCITALINE, Daniel Zotti • ONEPOINT, Sophie Lérault • ORANGE, Nicolas Joulain and Grégory Levilain • PICHET, Julien Ohayon • PATRIARCHE, Maxime Favre-Mercuret • POLESTAR, Christian Carle • SIA PARTNERS, Ronan Mac Farlane • SIEMENS, Mathieu Demont • SIGNIFY, François Darsy • SPAC, Mickaël Wajnglas • STID , Sandrine Castillo and Baptiste Dupart • SYLVANIA LIGHTING, Pierre Taing • SYS ET COM, Stéphane Rigolet • TWO-I, Ariane Truffert • WALLIX Groupe, Jean-Noël de Galzain and Yoann Delomier • WAVESTONE, Gérôme Billois.
The SBA also thanks the members of the GIMELEC Cyber OT Club for their valuable contributions and the quality of the exchanges which have enabled us collectively to expand our vision of building cybersecurity.