This paper describes on the recent trends of network structure of BEMS (Building and Energy Management System) and measures of BEMS against the risks of cyberattacks. The network of BEMS consists of three networks, such as internet, main network and field networks which are work together to cooperate with each other. By having the linkage to internet, BEMS becomes to have the risks from cyber-attacks. This paper describes how to reduce the risks of cyber-attacks to BEMS.
This paper explains the network configuration of BEMS and the devices subject to cyber risk, and the contents of cyber-attacks on these devices and the basics of countermeasures (cyber security). The following three requirements as the basis of security control as a cyber-security measure of BEMS are described.
1. Connect only to trusted parties.
2. Connect only to reliable devices / devices.
3. Implementation of anti-virus measures.
The detail of specific contents of implementing these three requirements in BEMS are also explained. Cyber risk countermeasures are an indispensable technology in the digital society of the future, and effective and highly effective economic cyber risk is desired.
A. Pramod* and Hariprasad M
Bioimaging technologies have evolved rapidly in recent years, enabling unprecedented insights into the molecular, cellular and tissue-level processes occurring in living organisms. These next-generation bioimaging technologies are transforming biomedical diagnostics and therapeutics by providing more accurate, efficient and personalized approaches to understanding, diagnosing and treating diseases. In this research paper, we review the latest advancements in bioimaging technologies, including multimodal imaging, high-resolution imaging, functional imaging and molecular imaging. We discuss how these technologies are revolutionizing biomedical diagnostics and therapeutics, highlighting their applications in various fields, such as cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, cardiovascular diseases and infectious diseases. We also discuss the challenges and future directions of next-generation bioimaging technologies, including the need for standardization, data analysis and integration with other technologies, such as artificial intelligence and nanotechnology. Overall, the advancements in bioimaging technologies are poised to have a significant impact on healthcare, leading to improved patient outcomes and better understanding of disease mechanisms.
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