Operational Technology: Current State, Threats and the Future
24 August 2017
712 Murray Street
In light of current security compromises with WannaCry and Petya Ransomware and the current Russian based hacks against US Nuclear Power Plants, Thomas Jreige will present on Operational Technology (OT) Security and the exposures in OT networks based on this new Ransomware and other attacks attempted. He will outline the current state of cyber security from a generalist's point of view in the OT domain and discuss the threat actors and how these threat actors are gaining unauthorised access to the OT networks. Thomas will provide recommendations on how to recognise and reduce the impact of these threat actors outlined and will deliver the presentation from a vendor-agnostic perspective.
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