Proptech Meets Cybersecurity

Security is a priority in modern buildings, and proptech is making sure that the residents' data is secure.  

FREMONT, CA: In a world permeated by technology, the scope of proptech is extensive. Real estate uses technology to control a wide range of variables within its environment, aiming to provide comfort and contribute to the health and productivity of the residing people. The risk of a security episode taking place in a smart building is linked to the motivations of cybercriminals. These hackers attempt to achieve financial gain through their actions, thus, making an impact, and spreading fear.

Deloitte states that real estate companies struggle to have full visibility of their connected devices. Being in a real estate business means massive fund transfers. This makes the real estate sector a profitable target for its unsophisticated technology. Proptech has seen an immersive rise lately with the radical innovations in the real estate. Awareness of the pattern of threats currently in existence is the initial step in defending a resident's data against cyberattack. These real-estate companies are training their personnel on the subject of cybersecurity and responses for robust document operational processes.

The real estate industry has started embracing technology as part of everyday operations, keeping the security element its top priority. At the core of security, the problem is the fact that several systems that real estate relies on are a wide variety of IoT-connected devices and sensors, possibly exposed to cyber-attacks. Managing modern-scale cybersecurity issues requires drawing up thorough risk evaluations. This will identify vulnerabilities throughout the supply chain and reduce the damage potential. Proptech companies are coming up with advanced solutions to safeguard buildings and residents' data against malicious attacks.  

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