PAS 1192-5:2015 Specification for security-minded building information modelling, digital built environments and smart asset management

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PAS 1192-5:2015

Specification for security-minded building information modelling, digital built environments and smart asset management

Status : Current   Published : May 2015


PAS 1192-5:2015 Specification for security-minded building information modelling, digital built environments and smart asset management

Along with PAS 1192-2:2013PAS 1192-3:2014, BS 1192-4:2014  and BS 1192:2007+A1:2015 the availabilty of  PAS 1192-5:2015 as a free download has been made possible due to sponsorship from the Construction Industry Council (CIC) on behalf of the Building Information Modelling (BIM) Task Group.

Building Information Modelling (BIM) involves data sharing and its transparent nature presents a potential opportunity for hostile forces. In response the entire construction and operations supply chain needs to employ a security-minded approach and communicate in a cyber-security conscious way which both enables business to function and minimizes the value of information being shared for hostile reconnaissance purposes. 

Therefore PAS 1192-5 specifies requirements for cyber-security minded BIM. It outlines the cyber-security vulnerabilities to hostile attack when using BIM and provides an assessment process to determine the levels of cyber-security for BIM collaboration which should be applied during all phases of the site and building lifecycle. 

PAS 1192-5 (alongside PAS 1192-2 and PAS 1192-3) is also one of the seven key products which the Government has mandated companies to use in order to qualify as working to Level 2 BIM, which makes companies eligible to tender for government contracts

Who is the PAS for?

PAS 1192-5 is of relevance to any organization working with building information modelling, digital built environments and smart asset management. 

Specifically, it is intended for use by assets owner or employers within a BIM, digital built environments and smart asset management project. It will also be of interest and relevance to organizations and individuals involved in the design, construction and delivery of built assets, especially those who wish to protect their commercial information and intellectual property or those employed by an asset owner or employer. 

The approach outlined in this PAS is applicable not only to projects employing BIM and the implementation and use of smart asset management, but to any built asset where asset information is created, stored, processed and viewed in digital form. It is also applicable to the capture of digital survey data as part of the day-to-day asset management processes or in anticipation of a future project.

Key users will be:

  • Employers within a BIM project
  • Asset Owners
  • Designers
  • Contractors
  • Operations and Maintenance Service providers
  • Software Suppliers
  • Architects and Surveyors
  • Contractors and subcontractors
  • Software vendors
  • Academics
  • Trade Association (RIBA, RICS, ICE, CIOB, CIAT, ICE Surveyors, UK Contractors Group)
  • Facilities managers

What does the PAS cover?

The PAS specifies requirements for security-minded management of building information modelling (BIM) and digital built environments. It outlines security threats to information during asset:

  • conception
  • procurement
  • design
  • construction
  • delivery
  • operation and maintenance
  • change of use, and
  • disposal/demolition

It explains the need for, and application of, trustworthiness and security controls throughout a built asset’s lifecycle (including the full BIM project lifecycle) to deliver a holistic approach encompassing: 

  • safety
  • authenticity
  • availability
  • confidentiality
  • integrity
  • possession
  • resiliance and
  • utility

The PAS addresses the steps required to create and cultivate an appropriate security mindset and secure culture within an organization, including the need to monitor and audit compliance.

It provides a foundation to support the evolution of future digital built environments, for example intelligent buildings, infrastructure and Smart Cities, but does not detail technical architectures for their implementation. While the processes contained within it may be application to other data management systems, this PAS does not specifically address issues relating to these systems. 

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Standard NumberPAS 1192-5:2015
TitleSpecification for security-minded building information modelling, digital built environments and smart asset management
Publication Date31 May 2015
Cross ReferencesBS ISO 55000, PAS 1192-2:2013, PAS 1192-3:2014, BS 1192-4:2014, BS 1192:2007, BS 7858:2012, BS ISO 15686-4:2014, BS ISO 29481-1:2010, BS ISO 29481-2:2012, BS ISO 55000:2014, BS ISO 55001:2014, BS ISO 55002:2014, BS ISO/IEC 27001:2013, PD ISO/TS 12911:2012, PAS 555:2013, PAS 754:2014, PAS 1192-2:2013, PAS 1192-3:2014, Data Protection Act 1998, Environmental Information Regulations 2004, Freedom of Information Act 2000, Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005, Official Secrets Act 1989, Computer Misuse Act 1990, Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002, anning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004, Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003, Public Records Acts 1958 and 1967, Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005, BS 8541-2:2011, BS ISO/IEC 29100:2011
DescriptorsAssets, Financial statements, Security systems in buildings, Access control systems (buildings)
ISBN978 0 580 88257 9
File Size5.661 MB

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