Rethinking Cyber Resiliency: Our Built Environment in Transition

14:00 – 14:50

As adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud technology within our built environment becomes increasingly prevalent in line with the city’s sustainability transition, concerns surrounding the vulnerability of our infrastructure alongside increased digital access have also surfaced.


  • The infrastructure needed to enable greener buildings and a more dynamic energy experience requires introduction of new technology. This has prompted concerns on the need for far greater levels of cybersecurity than currently managed.
  • Why does cyber risk mean for sustainability risks? What is the state of play in Hong Kong?
  • What does the climate-cyber resiliency nexus mean for our built environment?

Post-Event Actions

  • Gain insights on the developing integration of ESG and cybersecurity efforts.
  • Rethink the wide-ranging and immediate impact that cyber-attacks can have on infrastructure stability as we accelerate our transition towards a more sustainable built environment.