WORKSHOP details:

Date
Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Time
12:00 PM - 4:30 PM (EDT)
Location Name
The Westin Waltham Boston
Full Address
70 3rd Avenue
Waltham, MA 02451
United States

AGENDA:

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

  • 12:00 pm Lunch and Arrivals
  • 12:30 pm Welcome / Fortinet OT Overview, Vision and Strategy
    • Defense in Depth Using the Fortinet Security Fabric
  • 1:30 pm Break
  • 1:45 pm Deep Dive and Security Fabric Demonstration
    • Process and Technology for OT
  • 3:15 pm Break
  • 3:30 pm Deep Dive and Security Fabric Demonstration
    • Heterogeneous Networks 
  • 4:30 pm Closing Remarks
  • 4:45 pm Move to Happy Hour

Followed by Happy Hour at The Painted Burro for those interested in joining us.

Click Here if you are interested in attending.

What You'll Learn:

  • Traditional and modern segmentation methods for operational environments including the risks associated with a flat network architecture
  • Segmentation practices to support compliance with NIST, IEC 62443 and other operational cybersecurity frameworks.
  • Applying and enforcing access policies based on who and what is connected. 
  • Dynamically assigning role-based controls to group applications, link data, and limit access to specific groups in order to fortify OT defenses providing fine-grained control that adjusts access based on continuously assessing the trust of devices and users.
  • Value of investing in a platform to deliver cybersecurity for all layers of the OT and IT network.

presenters:

Christopher Blauvelt
Christopher Blauvelt
Director OT
Fortinet

Chris brings more than 10 years of cybersecurity and critical infrastructure experience working in the renewable energy industry. He was directly involved in the development, construction, and operations of wind and solar power plants and their high voltage systems. His work within the energy and utility industry has also afforded him experience in the development and maintenance of substation protection, automation, and control systems. Chris has a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Clarkson University with thesis work in substation protection, automation, and control involving the IEC61850 family of protocols.