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Why The Internet Of Things Has Real Estate Pros Up At Night

Law360, New York (July 11, 2017, 8:06 PM EDT) -- Attorneys are beginning to help real estate clients grapple with the benefits and risks that the internet of things is bringing to the industry as more and more developers add connected devices and smart operations systems to their buildings.

Experts say that real estate is starting to face new cybersecurity risks as internet-of-things devices are increasingly adopted in buildings, raising concerns other industries like retail and financial services have had to deal with for some time.

Developers and building operators see devices like smart door locks, appliances and climate control systems, as well as intelligent building management systems, as potential draws...

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