When:
October 29, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
2020-10-29T09:00:00-05:00
2020-10-29T10:00:00-05:00
Where:
Online Webinar
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Tammy Schwarzbauer
9209152582

IT-OT Integration:

Where Information Technology and Industrial Control Systems Collide

A guide for manufacturers to mitigate risk and increase profits by integrating their IT & Operations teams.

This webinar helps organizations understand why it is necessary to integrate their IT and OT Departments (Industrial Control Systems). Cybersecurity risks and equipment downtime are direct cost impact to Wisconsin manufacturers. We will cover how integration is a mitigation effort to prevent these losses.

We will review how Industrial Technology has blended with IT equipment. This is the driving force behind making IT & OT convergence part of modern best practices. We will discuss tools and methods for integration as well as the financial benefits. Are you ready to leverage your IT & OT departments to make quick business decisions with real time data?

Please join us for this free webinar to learn more!

Featured Speakers:

Cory Larson, WMEP Automation & Cybersecurity Consultant – Cory’s career spans over 10 years in automation engineering and manufacturing. Cory has designed custom automation for original equipment manufacturers and in-house use. His design experience includes robot integration, electrical construction, mechanical design, networking, and programming. In his most recent role, as an Automation Leader, he was responsible for getting machines from concept to implementation while working with multi-disciplinary groups.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scott Singer – President of CyberNINES, CAPT, USN (retired) – • Scott brings 30 years of military experience in both active duty and reserve rolls along with 26 years of industry experience. Most recently Scott was at PaR Systems, an industrial automation company where he was Chief Information Officer since 2010. At PaR, Scott had responsibility for information systems, global quality, export control, security, and continuous process improvement. Previously, Scott spent 16 years with Medtronic in various leadership positions including the European Infrastructure Manager, the Vascular division CIO, and the head of global security.