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Securing Industrial Control Systems In The Age Of IoT And Remote Work
As industries embrace the transformative potential of IoT and adapt to the growing trend of remote work, they face unprecedented opportunities and formidable challenges. Industrial control systems (ICS) are the linchpin of critical infrastructure sectors, ensuring the smooth operation of power grids, transportation networks, manufacturing processes, and more. However, with IoT devices and remote work integration, new possibilities emerge, marked by enhanced efficiency, connectivity, and accessibility, but also significant risks. The convergence of operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) and the complexity of interconnected systems expand the attack surface for cyber threats. In this era of heightened interconnectivity, traditional security paradigms must adapt. Our expert panelists will illuminate this topic’s complexity, exploring strategies, technologies, and best practices for safeguarding industrial control systems while preserving operational integrity and resilience. Join this thought-provoking exchange of ideas to contribute to a safer, more secure future in the evolving landscape of cybersecurity.
Co-founder and CEO at senhasegura – is an electrical engineer graduated from the University of São Paulo (USP) with a master’s degree, also from USP, in Information Security and Artificial Intelligence for pattern recognition in corporate environments using artificial neural networks. With a series of articles and published works, he’s been an entrepreneur for twenty years, as the founder of three tech companies. senhasegura is one of the solutions developed by the first of its companies, MT4 Technology, currently offered in more than 52 countries. Recently senhasegura was placed by Gartner as a Challenger technology in the 2020 Magic Quadrant report for PAM. His companies have received several renowned recognitions, such as the ISC² Annual Americas Information Security Leadership Awards.