Discover the critical security issues affecting plant operations

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Track Chair: Graham Speake
Principal, Systems Architect, Yokogawa Corporation of America



The security of our infrastructure, facilities, and manufacturing plants is of high concern 24/7, and we all agree it is prudent to be informed and stay vigilant against external as well as internal threats. Step into the Security Technology Track and learn more about ISA99, the Industrial Automation and Controls Security Standard, where it is going, and how to implement this standard in real world applications. Learn how security technologies are implemented in new building management systems, and take an investigative look into control systems forensics. Security is everybody’s business, and everybody’s responsibility. I’m excited to bring you this track, rife with knowledgeable and renowned speakers to help you stay safe, and stay secure.

Fast 5 Facts

  1. Find out now what direction the ISA99 Security Standard may be taking in 2013
  2. Don’t be caught unaware—attend these sessions to stay on top of threats to your critical systems
  3. Control Systems Forensics—dig deeper into your control system for clues to efficiency and savings
  4. Attend Findings from the Field and learn from case studies and applications stories
  5. Take a closer look at global infrastructure, threats, and risks and how it applies to you

Wireless Technology Sessions

Register for ISA Automation Week and discover the critical security issues affecting plant operations

ISA Automation Week 2012: Technology and Solutions Event
24–27 September 2012
Orange County Convention Center, West Concourse
Orlando, Florida, USA

“…ISA is indeed the “go to” source for the latest information in the automation field.”

Gerald Cockrell, CAP, Professor Emeritus, Indiana State University

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