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7 ways to boost cyber resilience in the smart building industry

Siemens’ campus in Zug, Switzerland, evaluates the information from 12,000 sensor-generated datapoints to reduce its energy consumption Image: Siemens Schweiz AG

Henning Sandfort

Chief Executive Officer, Building Products, Smart Infrastructure, Siemens AG

Alina Matyukhina

Cybersecurity Manager, Smart Infrastructure, Siemens AG

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