Executive Seminar: Ensuring Cyber Resilience for Industrial & Critical Infrastructure

The Wharf, 2 Queen Street, Northcote Point, Auckland

Thursday,  21st November 2019, 13:30-17:00, followed by drinks

2018 was a major tipping point for IoT & ICS threat awareness. Boards and management teams now understand that modern cyberattacks like NotPetya, TRITON, and LockerGoga can easily bypass perimeter defenses, shut down production facilities, and have a major impact on financial results — as well as major safety consequences.

CyberX invites you to a ½-day executive seminar with Vector and Palo Alto Networks at The Wharf, Auckland to network with your security peers, discuss the current IoT/ICS threat landscape, and learn how to mitigate the cyber risk of digital transformation and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

The seminar will cover the following topics:

  • Vector Case Study: Protecting Industrial Sites from IoT/ICS Cyber Threats
  • A Strategic Approach to Unified IT/OT Security
  • How to Present IoT/ICS Cyber Risk to the Board
  • CORTEX – the AI-Based Continuous Security Platform from Palo Alto Networks
  • 2020 Global IoT/ICS Risk Report – a data-driven conversation about real world vulnerabilities in IoT/ICS networks


About CyberX

CyberX delivers the only industrial cybersecurity platform built by blue-team cyber-experts with a proven track record defending critical national infrastructure. That difference is the foundation for the most widely-deployed platform for continuously reducing ICS risk and preventing costly production outages, safety failures, and environmental incidents.

Notable CyberX customers include 2 of the top 5 US energy providers; a top 5 global pharmaceutical company; and national electric and gas utilities across Europe and Asia-Pacific. Strategic partners include industry leaders such as Palo Alto Networks, IBM Security, Splunk, Optiv Security, DXC Technologies, and Deutsche-Telekom/T-Systems. For more information visit CyberX-Labs.com or follow @CyberX_Labs.

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