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Past Virtual Conferences

One of a kind online conferencededicated to you that will bring together ICS cybersecurity subject matters experts from all over the world to share insights on Industrial cybersecurity, focusing on trends, challenges, concerns, best practices, lessons learned, etc. The content is targeted to CxOs, executives, as well as technology-oriented executives, engineers, IT/OT professionals and ICS cybersecurity leaders. Sample Topics • Incident Communications. How to Disclose a Cyber Incident? • Industrial IoT Security Maturity Model: Nudge for the Security of the Industrial IoT • Best Practices from ICS Securities in Various Industries • Cybersecurity Architecture & Governance for IIoT implementations • Zero Trust Security Framework for IoT • Ransomware Attacks and Adversarial Machine Learning Attacks on ICS and Possible Solutions Target Industries • Manufacturing • Smart Energy & Utilities • Smart Cities • Smart Buildings • Smart Infrastructure

Securing ICS software supply chains is becoming increasingly urgent. Attackers, including criminal and state-sponsored groups, are turning their attention to the ICS supply chain as fertile ground for exploitation. And it is not going unnoticed. Not only are critical industries starting to devote serious resources towards the problem, but regulators are stepping in, like in the power industry, where supply chain regulations such as NERC-CIP-013 are taking effect in October. And with mounting attacks on the medical industry during COVID-19, new regulatory pressures are inevitable. Securing ICS supply chains is a complex undertaking and this virtual conference will highlight key issues, the limitations of currently available technologies, and solutions for safeguarding against attacks.

There are many industry and technology challenges that companies need to understand and determine how to effectively address. These industrial disruptions not only impact the company but the extended value chain and more importantly customers. Some of the key trends include Data Federations with Data-Driven Decisions, Blurring of traditional organizational boundaries across IT, Operations and Business Units, and Rising Customer Expectations and Demands. One of the key sources driving this disruption, but also as a possible answer, is the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). IIoT bridges the IT world to the OT world leveraging Cloud and data-driven technologies. Companies, needing to stay relevant, are looking to leverage IIoT to have effectively address the challenges but also help enable their digitalization journey.

In today’s highly competitive and pandemic-impacted business environment, industrial companies must optimize efficiency, contain costs and pursue every profit potential. And they must do this under severe capital constraints, maximizing existing assets and resources. Data is a key resource from which to extract business-improving insights. However, analyst studies suggest that industrial companies typically are able to use only 20%¹ of the data generated, which greatly limits their ability to apply data analytics to business improvement. This 90-minute virtual conference addresses how industrial producers can optimize operations, improve asset management, and find greater profit potential with industrial data analytics and artificial intelligence. Key: collect, contextualize and convert operational, engineering and information technology data into action.

One of a kind online conference dedicated to you that will bring together subject matters experts from all over the world to share insights on their digital transformation journey, focusing on trends, challenges, concerns, best practices, the development of compelling business models for transitioning to IoT technologies and real case studies. The content is catered for CxO, executives, and business line management, as well as technology-oriented executives

When you are managing multiple products or product lines, each may have their own custom operating system (OS). And small software differences between products can evolve and result in significant challenges, including differences in how you integrate, deploy and maintain the disparate systems. That can mean your best developers spend more time maintaining open source software than working on new cloud, security, IoT and other features needed to keep up with client demands. Learn how organizations have transformed their businesses and increased new product introductions with a platform architecture strategy. In this interactive panel discussion, we’ll discuss how standardizing software and the OS across products can help you release more products without increasing the number of developers on your team. We’ll explore how standardization can enable software reuse and increase flexibility, so you are less reliant on a single silicon or hardware vendor.