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The promise is real. The age of digitalization, Industrie 4.0, and Industrial IoT-enabled smart factory will usher greater operational intelligence, more efficient production, and safer work environments. Realizing that promise means coming to terms with OT cybersecurity because the enablers of digitalization – smart sensors, ubiquitous connectivity, and remote access – are also enablers for cyberattacks.
A recent Ponemon Institute study revealed that only a third of oil and gas organizations surveyed rated their OT cyber readiness as high. With aging assets, poor security practices, and nearly a decade of bad guys learning how industrial control systems work, industry leaders are concerned about OT security challenges ahead. Now is that time for our operations and security leadership to plan and act more strategically so we can secure our digitalization future.
This ISA co-hosted webinar focuses on how industry must meet the challenge of securing operational environments. Cybersecurity veterans Leo Simonovich, Siemens’ vice president and global head of industrial cyber and digital security; Eddie Habibi, PAS founder and CEO; and Steve Mustard, chair of ISA’s Automation Federation Cybersecurity Committee offer insights on what holds industry back from a secure, digital future and what strategies leading edge companies are employing to mitigate enterprise risk.
About the Presenters
Steve Mustard is an independent automation consultant and the Automation Federation’s Cybersecurity Committee chair. Originally from the UK and now based in Houston, Tex., Steve is a recognized authority on industrial cybersecurity, having developed and delivered cybersecurity management systems, procedures, training and guidance to multiple critical infrastructure organizations.
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Leo Simonovich is vice president and global head, Industrial Cyber and Digital Security of Siemens Energy Inc. He is responsible for setting the company’s strategic direction worldwide in helping Siemens’ energy customers protect their infrastructure from cyber attacks. Leo identifies emerging market trends, works with customers and Siemens businesses to provide best-in-class cyber offers, and contributes to the company’s thought leadership on this topic. Previously, Leo led the cyber risk analytics practice area at the management consulting firm, Booz Allen Hamilton. Leo holds both a master’s degree in global finance and an MBA from the University of Denver.
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Eddie Habibi is founder and CEO of PAS. Eddie is a pioneer and a thought leader in the fields of industrial control systems (ICS) cybersecurity, Industrial IoT, data analytics, and operations management. In 2017, PAS was recognized in CRN’s 15 coolest industrial IoT companies, and Eddie was listed by CRN as one of the 30 Internet Of Things Executives Whose Names You Should Know. He is the co-author of two popular best practices books on operational risk and safety management: Alarm Management: A Comprehensive Guide and The High Performance HMI Handbook. Eddie holds an engineering degree from the University of Houston and an MBA from the University of St. Thomas.
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This ISA co-hosted webinar on cybersecurity for industrial control systems was presented by ISA99 Committee Co-Chair Eric Cosman
and Robert Thompson
, plant security services officer at Siemens
Attacks to your production system may happen at any time and at any level — from outside as well as from inside. Which concepts and measures exist to protect your assets efficiently from software attacks? The ISA99 standards development committee brings together industrial cybersecurity experts from across the globe to develop the ISA-62443 (IEC 62443) standards on industrial automation and control systems security. In this ISA webinar, ISA99 Committee Co-Chair Eric Cosman and Robert Thompson, plant security services officer at Siemens. present the current threat landscape and key steps you can take to protect your critical assets in the production environment.
About the Presenters
Industrial security expert Eric Cosman has more than 35 years of experience in the development, delivery, management, and support of operations information technology solutions in the process industries. During his career his assignments and responsibilities have included process automation systems development, communications network design, functional and technical architecture design, and technology lifecycle management. He recently retired as an operations IT consulting engineer with the Dow Chemical Company.
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Robert Thompson serves as plant security services officer at Siemens, focusing on risk analysis, vulnerability handing and security training.
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