Samuel Linares - Accenture
Graham Rennie - Schneider Electric
Joe Robertson - Fortinet
Joe Sarno - Fortinet
Dr. Ragnar Schierholz - ABB
Timo Waschkewitz - GE Steam Power Automation and Controls
Jeff Foley - Siemens Digital Industries
Tune in to the Fortinet Live Studio where we will discuss how organizations deal with the effects of the continuing Covid-19 crisis, how asset owners in every industry are balancing the competing needs of productivity and safety, whilst facing threats of cyber-attack and ransomware far beyond anything we have seen before. Dealing with these challenges is at the heart of Fortinet Secure OT 2021, looking at OT cybersecurity from three angles: innovation, performance, and resilience.
Studies have shown a surge in cyber-attacks in the last year, including a ten-fold increase in ransomware. Factories, pipelines, and other critical infrastructure have all been targeted. Next-generation OT cybersecurity is becoming available that helps protect these assets with high-performance solutions that increase the resilience of production facilities. The live plenary session of Secure OT 2021 will be held on 09 November from 10:00 to 12:00 CET. It will be followed by mini-webinars on 10, 16, and 18 November focused on specific threats like ransomware, supply chain threats, and remote access attacks.