CYBERSECURITY RISKS: Is Your Property Prepared?
What happens if your core building systems get hacked? Does
your property management team know how to properly react to a cyber security
breach? With the increasing prevalence of cybersecurity threats on individuals
and major corporations, the consensus in commercial real estate is that
it’s not a matter of if, but when!
On January 25, BOMA thought leaders invite you and your
entire team to attend a special BOMA luncheon that will explore cybersecurity
and the liabilities inherent with this new reality.
Any digital system within your building that is connected to
the internet can be victimized and has a high probability of a cyber attack that could put the building owner, management company and tenants at risk.
The program's panel includes BOMA San Francisco and BOMA International members that represent various aspects - nationwide property
management/engineering perspective, telecom, legal.
Joe Donovan, Beacon Capital Partners, Director, Operational Risk
Donovan oversees and directs emergency and response for Beacon Capital Partners’ portfolio in the U.S., London, and Paris. He is past co-chair
of the Commercial Facilities Sector Coordinating Council which represents the eight subsectors within the government relating to resilience and
Trish Moosbrugger, CBRE, Real Estate Manager
Moosbrugger, Real Estate Manager at 655 Montgomery Street in San Francisco, oversaw a new BMS system installation this past year. She and her team researched and implemented a secure base building network that included considerations for cybersecurity threats.
Chris Tallerico, Mnetworks, Division Manager
Tallerico is the Division Manager of MNetworks, the Cyber Security and Riser Management division of McMillan Electric. He is a seasoned IT executive focusing on base building network security and has 30 years of experience in IT, working with commercial real estate.
Manny Fishman, Buchalter, Shareholder
The panel will be moderated by long-time BOMA San Francisco member, Manny Fishman, who is recognized as a leading attorney in the area of landline and wireless communications and Internet-based services in commercial properties and rooftop installations.
Please register soon, as this event is sure to sell out.
Policies: Reservations are due 3 business days prior to the event. No reservations will be made without payment in advance. Cancellations will be accepted up to 3 business days prior to the event with refund.
To pay by check, Click here for a printable flyer, complete it and email back to Karen Chiles at firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment should be mailed to BOMA SF, 233 Sansome Street, 8th Floor, SF, CA 94104.