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(CS)²AI ONLINE™ Recast:Deciphering the Value of Zero Trust & CARTA in Operational Technology (Sponsored by Applied Risk)

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(CS)²AI ONLINE™ Recast:Deciphering the Value of Zero Trust & CARTA in Operational Technology (Sponsored by Applied Risk)
(CS)²AI ONLINE™ Recast:Deciphering the Value of Zero Trust & CARTA in Operational Technology (Sponsored by Applied Risk)

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Aug 26, 2021, 3:00 PM – Aug 27, 2021, 3:05 AM

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IT and OT are increasingly becoming one and the same entity, and are approaching a common set of business goals and objectives for the future of many industries. Driven by the increase of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Industry 4.0 and new business opportunities presented by digital transformation, many organizations in the energy sector are already entering the IT/OT integration journey and embracing the benefits as well as risks associated with such business models.  

This integration introduces new dynamics especially for  IT and OT cybersecurity teams and a consolidation of responsibility for strategy. The need for a proven and different security approach beyond traditional defense in depth is becoming a necessity for many organizations in light of emerging cyber threats. Modern concepts that have been gaining traction over the last few years are Forrester’s Zero Trust model and Gartner’s Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust Assessment (CARTA).

• What is Zero trust and Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust Assessment (CARTA) in OT?

• Why these models are game changer for OT?

• Where are key benefits and how to embrace this journey for your OT?

• Case Study: applying zero trust to include IIoT and OT at major energy company

Speaker:

A forward thinking industrial cyber security expert with over 30 years of outstanding experience in engineering, consulting and mastery in industrial automation. 

 

With a hybrid skill-set in detailed control system engineering (DCS/SIS) and consultancy Jules has been involved in a number of complex oil and gas production and power generation environments, in addition to cyber security and standardisation processes.

 

Jules is a ICSJWG panel member and has collaborated closely with EUROSCSI and the Dutch NICC cyber security initiatives.

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