Smart buildings, offices and homes are all the rage these days. According to Zion Research, the global smart building market was valued at $7 billion in 2014 and is expected to reach $36 billion by 2020.
More specifically, smart buildings promise to be a key piece of the smart cities puzzle, holding the promise of better energy use and of smaller carbon footprints, reduced inefficiencies, costs savings, vast improvements in comfort and enhanced tenant experience. But are these technologies ready to tackle the escalating threats landscape? Do they benefit from a modern security model?
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