Richard K. Peters, Operational Technology North American, CISO
Tyler Burke, Field Applications Specialist, mGuard Secure Cloud Administrator
Sean Bouchard, Principal at ICE Electrical Engineering, specializing in Industrial Cybersecurity for Critical Infrastructure, specifically engineering and securing industrial control and power systems
In the past 12 months, 51% of senior IT, security, and OT professionals surveyed by The Enterprise Strategy Group, Inc. (ESG) indicated their organization had experienced a cybersecurity incident or data breach due to a supply chain partner. Perhaps more alarming, 18% think they have experienced an incident or breach but are not sure.
Large or small, cyberattacks are making headlines and elevating executive attention toward cyber readiness. Preparing for, responding to and recovering from cyberattacks should be a strategic part of any business continuity plan. As recent cyberattacks have demonstrated increased risk to both IT and operational technology (OT) environments, readiness equates to enforcement of rules and policies that provide the visibility, control and situational awareness to respond at the speed of business.
Leading the discussion on October 6 will be Richard K. Peters, CISO, Operational Technology North America along with Tyler Burke, Field Applications Specialist, mGuard Secure Cloud Admin., Phoenix Contact, and Sean Bouchard, a principal at ICE Electrical Engineering.