GRAYMATTER SUMMIT | DEC. 8 | LIVE
A spike in ransomware attacks and remote access incidents increased the urgency of building a strategy to protect operational technology assets.
GrayMatter's OT Cyber Summit on Dec. 8 will look ahead to 2022. We'll cover topics including: best practices in OT cybersecurity, how to prepare for new federal regulation of cybersecurity, protecting remote access points, finding ROI in deception technology, and more.
Register to join cybersecurity professionals virtually from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. ET Dec. 8 from GrayMatter, Dematic, Targa Resources and Tenable for an in-depth discussion and Q&A.
Speaker: Scott Christensen, GrayMatter
It's been quite a year (or 11 months) for cybersecurity professionals. So, we'll kick off GrayMatter's Cybersecurity Summit with some recommendations on how to start 2022 with a clear vision for strengthening your organization's industrial cybersecurity with a special emphasis on the top challenges confronting OT Cybersecurity Professionals in 2022:
Panelists: Brian Vezza, Dematic; Amadou Diaw, Dematic; Scott Christensen, GrayMatter
If your organization doesn't have the fundamentals of OT cybersecurity in place, the technology you're using to protect your systems won't be as effective as it can be. In this session, we'll highlight what controls your company should have in place, how to evaluate them and what to do if you've identified some gaps.
This session will feature a Q&A session with GrayMatter customer Dematic.
Speaker: Brian Vezza, Sr. Strategic Digital Advisor, Dematic
In this session, we'll discuss the critical need to secure distribution center industrial systems and data, highlight the differences between industrial security and enterprise security and explain how cybersecurity assessments are key to dealing with a growing number of cyber threats.
Speaker: Will Gage, Targa Resources
A conversation with Targa Resources SCADA Director Will Gage about how he evaluates the wide variety of tools and solutions in the cybersecurity marketplace, why improving network visibility is critical and the future of cyber regulations in OT cyber.
Speakers: Jeff Rotberg, Tenable & Scott Christensen, GrayMatter
CISA issued "Ongoing Cyber Threats to U.S. Water and Wastewater Systems" to highlight the huge danger that ransomware continue to pose to the industry. More importantly, CISA included a number of mitigation measures that industrial operations should consider. We'll use this short session to help attendees prioritize CISA's recommendations.
Speakers: Michael Rothschild and Jeff Rotberg, Tenable
Microsoft Active Directory is among the most popular online directory and identity management services, but it's also prone to misconfigurations that attackers can leverage to deploy ransomware, steal sensitive data or persist inside a breached network.
In this session, Directors Michael Rothschild and Jeff Rotberg, both from GrayMatter's partner Tenable, will highlight how water/wastewater and others tasked with securing critical infrastructure can leverage tools and best practices to find potential threats in OT and Active Directory, prioritize mitigation measures and more easily view network machine vulnerabilities.Read More.