How to Secure Remote Connectivity within Operational Technology Environments

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Securing remote management within operational technology (OT) has emerged as an ever-expanding challenge for numerous organizations and industries in recent years.

With technology used in operational networks approaching the end of life and being increasingly linked to the internet, often directly, it is exposed to an expansive attack surface. Addressing the remote connectivity issue requires robust boundary defences and mechanisms for the safe import and export of data.

This 30-minute Talking Tactics webinar is aimed towards offering suggestions to effectively secure remote management between operational and corporate networks.

Join us to learn:

  • How to set up strong defenses to protect your organization from cyber threats when connecting OT devices to the internet.
  • Practical ways to safely move data between different networks, ensuring easy communication while keeping sensitive information and systems protected.
  • How to efficiently manage remote operations while keeping security a priority, so you can handle remote tasks with ease and confidence.


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Aaron Mulgrew

Solutions Architect, Everfox

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