Three years ago, cyber-attacks with physical consequences were rare. Now we are talking about the transition from unintended cyber-sabotage to targeted cyber-sabotage
Building automation cybersecurity is starting to happen, but most buildings are way back of their industrial peers. Mirel Sehic, Cyber Practice GM for Honeywell Building Technology, joins us to look at security for building automation, smart cities, and the results of a recent survey re: state of the practice. The full survey report is available at https://buildings.honeywell.com/us/en/solutions/healthy-buildings/trends-report
Jens Wiesner of the German BSI joins us – new German critical infrastructure laws demand immediate reporting and certified state-of-the-art attack detection.
Simplifying Network Segmentation for the TSA Pipeline Security Directive -understand the TSA directives. Learn how to protect pipelines using Unidirectional Security Gateways
“Silent” cyber coverage has vanished in most insurance policies, and you can’t get cyber insurance any more without cyber security. Georgina Williams, Senior Cyber Underwriter at Murich RE joins us to look at how insurers are digging deep into both engineering and security aspects of industrial cyber risk.
Managing OT cyber risk is more than cybersecurity – an IT-SEC only approach ignores powerful engineering tools for reducing or even eliminating entire classes of risk – tools that are unique to the OT space. Learn about the most secure methodologies
A lot can go wrong – Enrique Martinez Technical Solutions Architect for OT Security at WWT joins us to look at common mistakes when deploying OT asset inventory, IDS and other visibility solutions – and how to avoid them.
Almost all 2021 cyber attacks were the result of targeted ransomware and impacted multiple sites. These findings and others are documented in a new report: OT Security Incidents – 2021 Trends and Analyses, a cooperation of ICSSTRIVE and Waterfall Security Solutions. Read a summary of the report and get the full version