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Protect it or Lose it: Securing Infrastructure against Cyber Attacks
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Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Operational Technology (OT) infrastructure attacks across the globe are increasing. Adversaries have demonstrated that cyber-physical consequences such as asset destruction, blackouts, and physical harm are now achievable. A sizable number of OT environments (30-60%) are legacy systems that do not secure, monitor, or analyze serial communications or detect anomalies in serial traffic, leaving you vulnerable to cyber-physical attack. It is past time to get serious about securing critical infrastructure using the top cybersecurity and data analytics platforms that industry can offer. In this session you will learn how Splunk SOAR (security orchestration, automation and response) working with Cynalytica’s OT security platforms can give you the ability to capture and integrate non-IP ICS communications within an industrial control network and more rapidly detect and correlate advanced threats across you entire ICS/OT operation.
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