Securing your Machine: Cybersecurity for Industrial Control Systems
Air Gaps? VPN’s? Firewalls? Explore how to protect aging and current equipment from cyberattacks and downtime.
Industry 4.0, Internet of Things…the marketing term doesn’t matter, but the idea does. Manufacturers want to make data driven decisions with information from the factory floor. Getting data requires networking machinery. This brings up the question: How do I protect my assets? In this webinar we will explore different options to protect old and new equipment from bad actors.
Registrants will have an understanding of protection methods for old and new equipment upon participating in this webinar.
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.
Elliott Long, Sr. Director Network Engineering and Cybersecurity – 5Nines
Elliott works with both large enterprises and small-medium businesses to accomplish their IT objectives by consulting them on the right technology and services from the networking, cybersecurity, and cloud marketplace. Working a line card of carefully chosen network and cybersecurity vendors, Elliott can work with Managers, Architects, and Salespeople from a wide variety of System Integrators, Consultants, VARs, MSPs, MSSPs, and end-customers, to ensure that technical intentions meet installed reality. During the past 38 years, Elliot has gained experience as an IT Manager/Engineer/Salesperson across a broad spectrum of technologies and roles, including Cybersecurity, Managed Services, Data Center Management, Project Management, Network Engineering and sales.
Austen Gross, Beckhoff Automation – Austen brings knowledge from a career in OEM control electronic supply both on the sales and engineering front. Austen has taken on a wide array of roles during his time in the automation industry that range from controls architecture development, coordinated motion programming, on-site commissioning and factory integration to business development and project management at the Fortune 100 level. As an OEM supplier, he has had experience in a variety of industries that include large scale mining operations, metal fabrication, bottling, medical devices and building automation to name a few. In his current role with Beckhoff Automation he draws from a mechanical engineering background and experience as a controls engineer to guide companies through the latest controls technology to identify what they can leverage to stay on the forefront of the new automation age and accelerate growth.