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Sinan Pismisoglu advises clients on product development, privacy and security compliance, AI ethics, SaaS contracting, Big Data, data licensing and ownership, supply chain and vendor management, and incident preparedness and response. He solves complex cybersecurity, information security, compliance, and operational issues beginning with early planning and prevention through detection, remediation, and crisis management. Sinan collaborates with engineering teams to create compliance-integrated risk management frameworks, governance, and ethics programs for emerging technologies such as AI/ML, cybersecurity, IoT, and cloud models.

The adoption of predictive maintenance (PM), an artificial intelligence (AI) driven strategy that anticipates potential equipment failures using Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, holds immense promise for the construction industry. In a previous post, we analyzed the current and future opportunities for PM in construction, including avoiding expensive and dangerous equipment failure, increasing worker

The third and final installment of this three-part series discusses the construction industry’s evolving landscape and the challenges it faces in the realm of cybersecurity, revealing how a comprehensive, data-centric approach can empower construction businesses to reduce their exposure to cyber threats and safeguard their valuable assets.

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In today’s digital era, the construction industry faces a growing threat from cyber risks that can have significant impacts on projects and operations. As technology continues to revolutionize the industry, it is crucial for construction companies to prioritize the mitigation of these risks and safeguard their valuable assets, data, and infrastructure. Part 1 of


The construction industry’s rapid digital transformation has opened the door to new cybersecurity challenges. As the sector adopts innovative technologies like cyber-physical systems, Building Information Modeling (BIM), and digital twins, it must shift its cybersecurity strategies from traditional perimeter-based approaches to data-centric ones. Part 1 of this three-part series discusses the current cybersecurity challenges