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Protecting the Industrial Endpoints that Matter Most

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Critical national infrastructure (CNI) must focus on securing the endpoints that matter most – proprietary ICS endpoints that control production. Failure to reduce attack surfaces on these cyber-assets will result in malicious changes and unintended misconfigurations that impact compliance, reliability, safety, brand and ultimately the bottom line.

To minimize industrial endpoint attack surfaces, organizations must employ proactive, endpoint-based best practices that are proven for process control networks. Organizations should ensure that they see and manage production-centric endpoints in addition to IT-centric endpoints. Inventory, configuration, patch and vulnerability management as well as configuration backups are must-haves to protect industrial endpoints and identify changes that could indicate compromise.

In this webinar, we will look at best practices around CNI cybersecurity and hear from experts with real-life case studies of CNI security challenges and solutions. 

Key takeaways:

  • Understanding what you have: identifying the industrial endpoints that matter most
  • Discover how an efficient disaster recovery program can be set up and tested
  • Considerations for human interaction in industrial control security
  • Actionable best-practice advice for securing CNI


Jason Haward-Grau

Chief Information Security Officer, PAS

    Michael Hill

    Deputy Editor , Infosecurity Magazine

    Michail Maniatakos

    Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NYU Abu Dhabi

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