The world of cybersecurity has become an arms race, and nearly every industrial professional is on a mission to protect their business environment from the latest ferocious digital attack. However, not all digital threats are created equal, and it’s important to know the difference between cybersecurity, OT security, and what you need to protect each environment.
Join OSIsoft for this webinar, where we will interview the leading disruptors in digital security for operational technology. Our panelists will describe the challenges facing utilities, manufacturers and OT departments in general when it comes to cybersecurity and what it takes to protect data infrastructure for critical operations at the plant and enterprise level.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How to stay ahead of the skills gap concerning OT security
- How you can remain aware of the latest attacks and growing trends in the space
- How you can help your enterprise take action to ensure all best practices are in place to protect your plants and assets
About the Presenters:
Michael Kanellos is a Senior Analyst at OSIsoft, specializing in enterprise technologies, particularly IoT. He has over 20 years of experience covering new advancements around semiconductors, computer architectures, and energy for publications such as CNET, Forbes, and Wired Magazine.
Bryan Owen is the principal cybersecurity manager for and leads all global security initiatives, cross-functional cyber advisory board, and incident response task force. His public/private partnership activities include collaboration with DoE National Laboratories and DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. Bryan also serves on advisory boards for the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers, Cyber Resilient Energy Delivery Consortium, Industrial Control System Joint Working Group, and is a voting member for ISA99 standards. His experience includes 15 years in the field as a process control engineer prior to joining OSIsoft. Bryan is a professional engineer dedicated to the advancement and betterment of human welfare.
Matt Cowell has more than 15 years of experience in industrial control systems (ICS) and operational technology (OT) applications with a focus on networks and cybersecurity. He has specific expertise in industrial automation and SCADA systems often used in critical infrastructure. Prior to Dragos Matt led business development initiatives for Ultra 3eTI, Phoenix Contact, and Danaher Industrial Controls. Matt has presented at numerous industry programs and conferences around the world and has also driven cybersecurity accreditation programs for associations such as the AWWA. Matt is an active volunteer in the ICS community assisting with events such as RSA ICS Sandbox and DEFCON ICS village.
Andrew leads a team responsible for industrial security research, contributions to standards and regulations, and security architecture recommendations for industrial sites. Before Waterfall, Andrew led the development of SCADA system, IT/OT middleware, and OT security software products. He is a co-author of the Industrial Internet Consortium Security Framework and the author of the books SCADA Security - What's broken and how to fix it and Secure Operations Technology.
Jarrett is a veteran sales professional who has architected, developed and enabled channel programs, lead channel sales teams, and negotiated national and international resale and distribution agreements. Having sold endpoint, network, and cloud security services, Jarrett is well versed in security technologies from the endpoint to the cloud. He has spoken to numerous audiences on information security in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Gilles has an MSc in Computers and Mathematics and over 25 years in software development companies, with a strong software engineering background combined with product management and delivering complex solutions to the enterprise market.