Cybersecurity Conferences & Events
January 25th, 2022 | 2:00PM ET
Log4j is very broadly used in a variety of consumer and enterprise services, websites, and applications—as well as in operational technology products—to log security and performance information. An unauthenticated remote actor could exploit this vulnerability to take control of an affected system.
For these vulnerabilities to be remediated in products and services that use affected versions of Log4j, the maintainers of those products and services must implement security updates.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- What Apache Log4j is
- What the threat is, and what it affects
- What systems are affected
- Suggested actions to reduce your vulnerability
- How do we prevent & anticipate vulnerabilities in the future
- Solutions that can help, including Moxa and Nozomi
April 2022 | Miami, FL
S4X22 is the largest gathering of ICS security talent in the world, bringing together those responsible for discussing innovative ways to build operational resiliency. Over three days and 64 sessions, this event offers training on topics such as ICS security architecture and cyber security for safety and protection systems, as well as sessions on securing the supply chain and much more.
Connect with us the following ways:
- Attend our speaking sessions:
- First Look: Trends in the OT Threat Landscape and Research from Nozomi Networks Labs: TBD on Stage 3
- Technical Deep Dive session: PLC EDR: Model Checking of Logic, TBD on Stage 2
- Visit the Nozomi Networks Cabana on the upper pool deck at The Surfcomber Hotel.
- Schedule a meeting with a Nozomi Networks cyber security expert
December 1, 2021
We learned how IMO compliance will impact the Marine Industry, Maritime Security Best Practice in accordance to IMO compliance and Closing the gap for our IMO compliance.
November 29, 2021 – December 1, 2021
Nozomi Networks was a proud sponsor of this year’s AvengerCon, one of the largest soldier-led hacker events within the military and DoD communities.
November 18, 2021
Join Nozomi Networks at the virtual OptivCon.
Don’t miss our speaking session – Leverage cloud-hosted security for more efficiency and scale in OT/IoT networks – as we discussed the benefits organizations get from migrating security operations to the cloud.
November 18, 2021
America’s power grid is vulnerable. In too many cases cyber defenses aren’t keeping up with a constant attack from well-funded organizations. As solving the problem becomes a top priority for the White House and members of Congress, new Government directives and funding are encouraging electrical utility operators to shore up their cyber defenses.
In this webinar we focused on the utility sector – weighing through recent DOE initiatives and recommendations to help grid operators understand what they should do now and in the future to strengthen visibility and security while preparing for a long term collective defense.
Thursday November 18, 2021
With the continued declaration by organizations everywhere that their security has been breached and their data lost, we’ve seen an immeasurable loss of personal identity information. When coupled with the modern trend to share our every movement, activity, thought and more critically – our personal details … we have to wonder if “privacy is dead”.
If it’s not dead now, will the rapidly expanding use of IoT devices, advent of smart cities and creation of an uber-connected world hasten its demise?
In such a world, just how important is privacy, data security and protecting our IoT infrastructure?
These questions and more will be explored in a riveting event hosted by Nozomi Networks. Join our esteemed panel of experts as they delve into the complex issues of privacy and privilege.
- Solution Brief: OT and IoT Security and Visibility
- Data Sheet: Vantage by Nozomi Networks
- Executive Brief: Closing IoT Security Gaps in Your Operations
- Blog: New Annke Vulnerability Shows Risks of IoT Security Camera Systems
- Research Report: OT/IoT Security Report
November 16-18, 2021
Nozomi Networks, Gartner experts and your peers gathered for valuable cybersecurity insights, a comprehensive update on cybersecurity threats and solutions, vulnerability management, ransomware, learned about new best practices for cloud security and more.
The SCADA Summit is a hybrid conference took place in-person and virtually. Attendees left with the knowledge to improve their systems to enable them to better monitor/control equipment, optimize value, and harness valuable data to optimize processes.
October 18-20, 2021
TechConnect World is one of the largest multi-sector gathering of technology IP, technology ventures, industrial partners, and investors in the world. The purpose of TechConnect World is to bring together the world’s top technology transfer offices, companies, and investment firms to locate the most promising technologies and early stage companies from across the globe.
October 18-20, 2021
Nozomi Networks was proud to sponsor this year’s GridSecCon virtual conference!
GridSecCon brought together cyber and physical security leaders from industry and government to deliver expert training sessions, share best practices, present lessons learned, and share effective threat mitigation programs.
October 14, 2021
One of the big surprises from the 2021 SANS OT/ICS Survey was the widescale adoption of cloud technologies to support OT operations. According to the survey, 49% of respondents were using cloud technologies for operations support, and 32% were using cloud technologies for control critical activities. The survey also identified remote access as the No. 1 initial intrusion vector which would seem to be at odds with adding hosted services into critical control loops. Increased reliability and reduced total cost of ownership may be driving this trend, despite the connectivity requirements that come with it.
In this webcast, SANS survey author and ICS 515 certified instructor Mark Bristow was joined by Technology Evangelist Chris Grove, CISSP, NSA-IAM from Nozomi Networks to explore some of the business and operational drivers behind this result and provide an outlook into what’s next for ICS cloud applications.