Webcast: Cybersecurity Best Practices & Lessons for Enterprises Under Persistent Threat
‘Night Dragon’ and ‘Stuxnet’ attacks have unleashed a flurry of media coverage. In the face of these advanced and persistent threats to your real-time systems and intellectual property do you need to think and act differently than you have in the past?
As cybersecurity threats escalate and the level of process automation increases, the oil and gas industry is taking lessons from downstream plants and the utility industry. Nation state attackers are the biggest threat to the industry, but many unknown threats also exist worldwide. Register for the Webcast now.
If your corporate reputation and profitability are paramount, you must take control of cyber risks by implementing an actionable plan that closes gaps, meets standards and delivers the financial and organizational efficiencies and brand impact you seek.
During this live webcast, you'll learn how to:
- Adapt your security thinking to contemporary risks and attacker strategies
- Define an architecture to mitigate cyber security risks — from the oil rig to the boardroom
- Establish a stable baseline and enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of core cyber security operations
- Refocus limited internal resources from operational functions to more strategic priorities
- Confidently outsource your security functions, while maintaining real-time visibility
Join us to hear best practices from other Process Industries that are proactively addressing regulatory mandates, protecting the most sensitive enterprise data and industrial controls — through a cost effective and efficient approach. Learn how they are responding to U.S. government requirements and cybersecurity initiatives and how you can work with DHS more effectively.
Steve Elwart, P.E., Director, Systems Engineering, Ergon Refining, Inc.
Dan Rozinski, Global Manufacturing Solutions Executive, CSC Member of Cyber Security Working Committee, ChemITC
Carlos Solari, Vice President, Cyber Technology and Services, CSC