Join us to find out how to protect your critical infrastructure from evolving cyber threats.
The National Security Memorandum has amplified the need to protect critical infrastructure. It has called out sectors such as the electric system, oil and gas, water and waste water and chemical manufacturing. These sectors are seen as high risk to citizen safety should an attack occur.
During this webinar, experts will discuss strategies for preparing for, responding to and recovering from cyberattacks as a part of any business continuity plan.
- Understanding the importance of visibility to the connected assets and devices and evaluating vulnerabilities open to attack
- Evaluating the cybersecurity needs to support modern and legacy SCADA platforms across water plants, waste water facilities and distribution facilities
- Best practice guidance for utility leaders when taking the first steps to start or restart a cybersecurity program
The future of digital security for electric, renewable, water and waste water utility industrial controls systems will be governed by readiness.
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Director, Operational Technology
Nathan brings more than 10 years of experience in industrial networking and factory automation. He has worked directly with teams implementing and automating Industrial Control Systems with experience in a variety of applications including Manufacturing, Transportation, Critical Infrastructure and Maritime. His experience with these different varieties of applications has provided him with a deep understanding of ICS systems and criticality of the operational technology processes.
Nathan has a BBA in Marketing from James Madison University and earned his Certified Electrical Professional designation from NAED in 2017. When he is not working, Nathan enjoys fishing, and coaching a variety of youth sports.