In current digital transformation, the industrial process is expanded with interconnected systems and data analytics, SCADA, Industrial Control Systems (ICS), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and smart sensors. Along with the benefits of increased efficiency and shared data come increasing Operational Technology (OT) security risks to the infrastructure. Expanding a security program which includes OT next to IT is not so easy.
The security domain touches on every area of an organization, including OT and Internet of (Medical) Things. As many organizations are increasing the number of devices and applications across industrial processes, they are unwillingly exposing themselves as potential security targets.
There are fundamental differences between IT and OT in lifespan, change management, ecosystem and staff mindset. How do you bridge that cultural and technological divide between OT and IT to optimize your security program? And how do you approach threat management for all connected and unmanaged devices?
Do you recognize these challenges? If so, you are invited to the interactive Digital Round Table: “OT Security in a connected world; how do you bridge the cultural and technological divide?” This Digital Round Table will be held in English on Friday 28th of August from 10h00 to 11h30. During this session we invite you to engage and discuss with your peers. We are happy to help you gain new insights and discover opportunities by sharing knowledge and experiences.
- How can you understand the risks and the impact of incidents?
- How can you expand your security program from IT into OT?
- Where to start with challenges like the tight security budgets and the skills gap?
- Threat Management is a journey; how do you integrate threat and incident life cycle management?
This exclusive event is made possible thanks to IBM. They will be glad to share their knowledge and expertise with you..
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