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  • On-Demand Webinar

    Talking to the Board about OT Cybersecurity: Strategies to Unlock Funding

    Original Air Date: 12/08/2023

    Featured Speakers

    Robert M. Lee
    Co-Founder & CEO

    In today's digital landscape, the importance of Operational Technology (OT) cybersecurity cannot be overstated. While organizations invest in cybersecurity annually, the rising connectivity into OT environments, driven by factors such as remote access, digital transformation, and third-party management, has exposed formerly closed systems to significant risks. These risks are exacerbated by the evolving threat landscape and the increasing sophistication of adversaries.

    During this insightful webinar, Dragos Co-Founder and CEO, Robert M. Lee, shares his valuable experiences and strategies for effectively communicating with board members about the critical need for additional funding in OT cybersecurity. Robert guides you through key points, including:

    • The ever-changing global threat landscape for industrial companies
    • Real-world threat scenarios
    • The far-reaching impact of OT cyberattacks
    • Essential reasons to secure the necessary funding to mitigate these risks
    • How to align funding requests with compliance initiatives

    Learn how to navigate the complexities of OT cybersecurity discussions with your board and ensure your organization is well-prepared to defend against evolving threats in the digital age.



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