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The biggest cybersecurity threats in commercial real estate, and how to mitigate them

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The biggest cybersecurity threats in commercial real estate, and how to mitigate them

ESD's Coleman Wolf discusses the top-three cybersecurity threats to commercial and institutional buildings

October 19, 2022

In this HorizonTV segment, Coleman Wolf, Senior Security Systems Consultant with global engineering firm ESD, outlines the top-three cybersecurity threats to commercial and institutional building owners and property managers, and offers advice on how to deter and defend against hackers.

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