Reconciling Cybersecurity Risks With Industrial Digital Transformation
Live Webcast: Thursday, August 6th at 10AM PDT | 1PM EDT
Manufacturing companies are embracing new technology and automation to drive business efficiency as part of digital transformation efforts. While remote workers and cloud technologies provide plant connectivity at a scale, there are cybersecurity risks that need to be considered.
The response to COVID-19 has forced manufacturers to reevaluate traditional business operations and expedite digital transformation efforts.
Join this webinar for industry leading perspectives from CrowdStrike, Dragos and Rockwell Automation on:
- The threat landscape for manufacturers
- Guidance for securing digital transformation efforts
- Key considerations when deploying new digital transformation/IIoT/Industry 4.0 initiatives
Director, IoT, CrowdStrike
Director, Strategic Threat Advisory Group, CrowdStrike
Matt Russell an internationally seasoned technology executive, mentor, and entrepreneur. He combines the exceptional leadership skills he learned leading and training intelligence teams in US Special Operations, with his commercial experience in consulting and industry to successfully operate across a variety of business domains, geographic boundaries, and cultural landscapes. Matt is a prolific speaker and presenter, and can often be found traveling around North and South America keynoting cybersecurity conferences and government workshops. He speaks Korean and Spanish and endeavours to add more languages in the future.
Sr Director, Business Development, Dragos
Matt Cowell has more than 20 years of experience in industrial control systems (ICS) and operational technology (OT) applications with a focus on networks and cyber security. 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 cyber security 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. Matt holds an Electronics engineering degree from the University of Brighton and is GICSP & CWNA
Manager, Product Security Operations, Rockwell Automation
Tony Baker leads the Product Security Operations capability as part of Rockwell Automation’s centralized Office of Product Safety and Security. He is responsible key functions including product security incident response, product security assessments and consultation as well as penetration testing and security research. Tony brings over 15 years of experience in industrial controls with a unique background spanning systems engineering, business and technology management, and the application of cybersecurity concepts and technologies. Tony holds a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from The Ohio State University.