Reducing the Risk to Critical Infrastructure Before It’s Too Late

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It’s been a year since the high-profile ransomware attacks on JBS Foods and Colonial Pipeline, causing enormous disruption to these organizations and the general public. Since then, the frightening reality is that the threat to critical infrastructure operators has increased rather than dissipated.

The pandemics, teleworking, the shift to the cloud and interconnection between IT and OT have put pressure on these organizations and attackers have realised how they can monetize this highly sensitive and valuable data. When the infrastructure is down, the clock is ticking.

In this webinar, a panel of experts will explore the growing risks to critical infrastructure, and outline strategies to significantly reduce these risks – and resultant societal damage.

Join this session to learn:

  • What are the risks and how high are the stakes for these so-called critical organizations?
  • How can we protect ourselves and reduce the risk on an increasingly large and volatile attack surface? 
  • Attackers are trying to discover attack paths – how can we identify them before they do and cut them off? 


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James Coker

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Matt Lorentzen

Principal Consultant, Cyberis

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Bernard Montel

EMEA Technical Director and Security Strategist, Tenable

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Paul Watts

Distinguished Analyst, ISF

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