As more Industrial Control Systems and end devices become connected to enterprise networks, the internet and cloud platforms, security continues to be a rising concern. These converged IT/OT networks introduce security vulnerabilities and challenges that operations managers and information security professionals are still learning to deal with. In this webinar, we share the most common cyber security issues with converged IT/OT networks, and the practical tips and best practices that have been developed to counter them.
What You’ll Learn by Attending this Webinar:
Business challenges facing enterprise organizations as they going through their digital transformation.
The growing industrial threat landscape and new attack surfaces
Top challenges securing industrial control systems
Standards & Best Practices
Differences and similarities between IT & OT network security
Practical solutions from both an IT and OT perspective
Meet the presenters:
Richard Wood - Product Division Manager Richard Wood has worked for over 25 years in the industrial automation industry working with plant & process engineers, systems integrators and original equipment manufacturers to implement reliable efficient manufacturing systems. Over the past 5 years, Richard has worked with OT professionals to address the challenges in deploying secure, connected automation and control networks. Rich is currently the Product Marketing Division Manager at Moxa, a leading industrial networking and connectivity company for over 30 years.
Richard Ku - Senior Vice President of Commercial IoT Security Business & Market Development Richard Ku has been involved in Cybersecurity for over 28 years, working in many roles, such as a threat researcher, engineer and managing/development of many security product and services across different customer segment and vertical. Richard is currently the Senior Vice President of Commercial IoT Business & Market Development at Trend Micro, a leading Cybersecurity company in the IT space for over 30 years and OT for the past 5 years.