How to get a grip on Operational IT security

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The Machine Monitoring Mandate

The webinar took place on Tuesday, April 26, 2022
Webinar Presentation Graham Williamson
Webinar Presentation Max Rahner

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Join this webinar to:

  • Understand the need to protect OT infrastructure.
  • Discover the importance of monitoring.
  • Find out the options for intrusion detection.
  • Learn how to bridge the IT/OT divide.
  • Ask questions about OT security.
  • Get an overview of Claroty Edge and Claroty Secure Remote access solutions.

How to Get a Grip on Operational IT Security

Governments world-wide are increasingly worried about the social unrest that could result from a cybersecurity compromise of critical infrastructure. This has highlighted the fact that the underlying operational technology (OT) is often inadequately protected, and that this must change.

Join experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and cybersecurity firm Claroty for a discussion about the cyber threats to OT, the need to address the issue of industrial cybersecurity, the benefits of OT security, and how to approach compliance with legislation aimed at controlling critical infrastructure.

Speakers Contribution

Graham Williamson, Senior Analyst at KuppingerCole will introduce the topic of OT and the trend towards government intervention. He will also explain the importance of developing a program to monitor OT systems, detect possible intrusion, and react appropriately.

Max Rahner at Claroty will give an overview of the Claroty solutions that enable device discovery, asset monitoring, secure remote access, and device management.

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Max’s career started as an engineer in the automotive and semiconductor industry. For the past 10 years, Max has been working in cyber security with a focus on critical infrastructure and manufacturing. As the first man on the ground, Max has built up the team for Claroty since 2020 and...

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