Cybersecurity & Manufacturing in Maryland: An Integrated Approach
As the manufacturing industry evolves with automation, embedded technology, and internet facing devices, cybersecurity attack surfaces also transform and increase in scope. Cyber attackers take advantage of the opportunities to access devices and equipment for financial gain, data exfiltration, and other unethical purposes.
The lack of strong cyber practices, in conjunction with weak or no cyber incident response plans, contribute to the success of the cybersecurity attacks in manufacturing. It is imperative to understand how to secure essential data and equipment and minimize the risk of becoming a victim.
Join Dragos CEO, Robert M. Lee, and a panel of cybersecurity and manufacturing professionals specializing in industrial control systems (ICS) and operational technology (OT) as they discuss the most relevant and timely information in relation to cybersecurity and the manufacturing industry.
What is addressed:
- The role of cybersecurity within the manufacturing industry.
- The types of common cyber attacks and weaknesses within the Industrial Control Systems.
- Techniques and advice to implement good cybersecurity practices within manufacturing organizations to limit risk.