ICS / SCADA Cyber Security Briefing
Quarterly threat update and analysis of industry developments
--Michael Assante, Co-Founder, NexDefense, Founder and Executive Director, National Board of Information Security Examiners
--Brent Huston, CEO, Security Evangelist, MicroSolved
--Bob Huber, Co-Founder, Critical Intelligence

Tuesday, February 5th, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Eastern

Each registrant will receive the “NexDefense ICS Cyber Situational Awareness Report”

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Join the Business of Security to hear from our distinguished panel and gain timely insight into the cyber threat landscape facing your industrial control systems.

Narrow your focus and better prioritize cyber security efforts for 2013 by gaining an accurate perspective of what is coming at you in this rapidly changing ICS cyber security arena. This briefing provides exclusive intelligence and insight to help you understand the adversary tactics and exploits and how they will affect you. Mr. Assante will provide a summary review of recent trends and developments and our expert panel will provide guidance on the steps you should take in response.

2012 marked a turning point in attacks targeting firms that own, operate and support industrial control systems (ICS). There are well over 500 industrial control system vulnerabilities, successful nation state attacks against ICS causing physical damage, and numerous targeted cyber attacks against ICS owners/operators and vendors.

Keeping the lights on, gas in the tank and food on the shelves depends on the industrial automation systems now at greater risk. Attend this event and participate in the Q&A session to make better risk management decisions on 2013.


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