You are hereHome › Hal Marcus College of Science & Engineering (CSE) › Department of Information Technology › Snider, Dallas › Building automation systems and cyber security Style APAChicagoHarvardIEEEMLATurabian Choose the citation style. Mayo, G., & Snider, D. (2017). Building automation systems and cyber security: A multiple discipline perspective. International Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management 2016 (ASEM 2016) : Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. Building automation systems and cyber security Details Type Conference Proceedings Title Building automation systems and cyber security: A multiple discipline perspective Contributor(s) Mayo, Glenda (author)Snider, Dallas (author)Long, S. (editor)Downing, C. (editor)Ng, E. -H. (editor)Nepal, B. (editor) Located In International Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management 2016 (ASEM 2016) : Charlotte, North Carolina, USA Date 2017 Use/Reproduction American Society for Engineering Management, 2016 Abstract The traditional view of facility management (FM) previously included tasks which were more of a physical nature in terms of the responsibility of the building. Newer FM roles now include maintaining critical operations through the use of information technology (IT) and automated controls. Therefore, these changing operations now include new concerns for facilities personnel, who today typically must work in conjunction with subcontractors and IT staff for installation as well as operations. Facilities personnel are now also becoming aware of the needs to secure university (or any campus setting) administrative and facilities data. This awareness has created an additional layer of concern and responsibility for facilities management personnel. Although publications often address cyber-threats to campus operations, rarely have these topics included what the specific concerns might be for facility managers regarding the potential threats. Additionally, rarely has the discussion addressed the role of the stakeholders with regards to the mitigation of those concerns.