Building more cybersecure connected lighting

This webinar will discuss recent UL cybersecurity standards impacting lighting, as well as the processes and procedures Eaton has put into place to support more securely connected lighting and buildings. Attendees will learn best practices to ensure connected lighting adheres to rigorous secure development and lifecycle management practices before implementing into critical systems.

SponsorUL
Jan 24th, 2019
ERG Lighting
ERG Lighting

The webinar will provide guidance on best practices to ensure connected lighting technologies adhere to rigorous engineering standards for cybersecurity in merging with the Internet of Things (IoT).

Overview:
Recent security breaches have demonstrated:

  1. Cybersecurity continues to evolve
  2. Companies need to practice basic cybersecurity hygiene, making their assets less vulnerable to attacks
  3. Establishing rigorous standards, testing, and methodologies to reduce risk is critical

Analysts anticipate that the global market of IoT lighting will grow from $808.2 million to $5.5 billion by 2027. As more homes and buildings connect IoT lighting technologies, suppliers need to provide substantial cybersecurity assurance against emerging cyber threats.

This webinar will discuss recent UL cybersecurity standards impacting lighting, as well as the processes and procedures Eaton has put into place to support more securely connected lighting and buildings. Attendees will learn best practices to ensure connected lighting adheres to rigorous secure development and lifecycle management practices before implementing into critical systems.

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