Reducing Industrial Cyber Risk Amid Digital Transformation

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Surging digitization is essential for organizations to continue operating effectively in the post-COVID landscape. Yet, the digital shift is leaving organizations at significant risk of cyber-attacks by dramatically expanding the attack surface. This is further exacerbated by the move to hybrid working and hyper-connectivity.

This is a particular concern in regard to critical sectors like energy and water, where cyber-incidents could have potentially devastating consequences. 

In this webinar, a panel of security experts will discuss how to reduce industrial cybersecurity risk while organizations are undergoing a digital transformation journey, ensuring critical services can continue.

Join this session to learn:

  • How industrial cybersecurity risk has grown amid trends like digitization
  • The tactics used by cyber threat actors to exploit these trends
  • Lessons learned from the frontlines regarding people, process & technologies that industrial organizations should implement to mitigate these threats

Speakers

James Coker

Reporter, Infosecurity Magazine

Steven  Trippier

CISO - Anglian Water

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