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IIoT World Manufacturing Day

May 12, 2022

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IIoT World is hosting a Manufacturing Day on May 12, 2022 where they will be bringing together Industrial IoT (IIoT) subject matters experts from all over the world to share insights on IIoT & AI technologies applied in the Manufacturing Industry.

We had the opportunity to explore the most innovative real-world use cases of hardware and software facilitating AI at the edge with examples focused on smart manufacturing.

It featured two of our own, Roya Gordon, Security Research Evangelist and Bruce Snell, manufacturing cybersecurity strategist.

They were joined by our partners, IBM, represented by Rob Dyson, and Siemens, represented by Maximilian Korff. The panel was moderated by Patrick C. Miller of Ampere the topic was: Cyber and Operational Resilience for Smart Factories.

ISA Calgary Show Expo & Conference

May 11-12, 2022 | Calgary, Alberta

In association with the International Society of Automation, the ISA Calgary Show boasted a reinvented experience – new features, technology, education programs, networking events and much more! Participants got in touch with products and innovations at the forefront of today’s automation landscape. They accessed the latest trends and knowledge, and source expertise and services to help their company reduce costs, streamline operations and create efficiencies in today’s competitive climate.

OT Network Security Challenges in Enterprise Environments

May 10, 2022

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Lessons learned from the Russian debacle

The Ukraine Russian conflict has sadly and tragically highlighted the importance and criticality of our OT, IT and IoT environments. Cyberwarfare is no longer a mythological beast; it is here and now and indelibly inked as part of our future.

And whilst these ugly events spawn greater cybercriminal initiatives, they will also enliven nation sponsored and even cyber terrorism events. What defines these elements of difference is “motivation” and at the heart of the target landscape able to wreck the greatest fear and make the greatest communal impact, is critical infrastructure.

As we explored some of the attacks that have occurred, we pulled apart the issue of targeting, methodology, intelligence, and of course defence.

At the core of these elements is visibility – an often ignored or much maligned word but in today’s hyperlinked world, never more critical.

BSides Vancouver

May 2-3, 2022 | Vancouver/Virtual

Nozomi Networks was proud to sponsor BSides Vancouver!

BSides Vancouver was brought to you by M.A.R.S., a not-for-profit, independently run organization. The event was a community supported cyber security conference and part of the worldwide Security BSides movement.

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Cyber Security for Critical Assets (CS4CA)

26-27 April, 2022 | Singapore

We sponsored CS4CA APAC Summit!

Organisations are spending more than ever on cyber security, but cyber crime rates are still on the rise – particularly in Asia-Pacific. Providing the collaboration platform and expertise needed to revert this trend, the globally acclaimed Cyber Security for Critical Assets summit series returns to Singapore for its 3rd Asian Pacific edition in 2022.

CS4CA APAC brought together 100+ IT & OT security leaders to network, learn, be inspired, and collaborate towards cyber resilience by exchanging first-hand expert information and joining forces in addressing common concerns.

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Entelec Conference & Expo

April 26-28 | Houston, Texas

The ENTELEC Association is the world-leading energy operator member association. The Annual Spring Conference & Expo was the gathering of ENTELEC members who deliver compliance, efficiency, security and innovation to the business units of energy companies such as petroleum, pipeline, natural gas and electric utilities by leveraging all aspects and interaction of: telecom, information technology, the internet, digital transformation, IIoT, automation, cybersecurity, AI/ML and computing from the edge to the cloud.

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TechNet Cyber

April 26-28 | Baltimore, MD

Adversaries have taken cyberspace to conduct continuous confrontations. Protecting OT and IoT assets requires more than just a single entity, it demands multiple organizations.

TechNet Cyber 2022 was the staging area for military, industry and academia to discuss and plan how to achieve persistent engagement, persistent presence and innovation. It was the opportunity to devise a new strategy to build resilience and defend networks.

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April 20 – 22, 2022 | 10:00 – 17:00 KST | Korea International Exhibition Center

Korea has brought two major events together under one roof – SECON and eGISEC. We had an opportunity to meet the latest security trend developments of the 4th Industrial Revolution at this event. With 450+ influential enterprises of the Korean and Asian security market, we found Nozomi Networks on the ToCSG booth.

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Nozomi Networks is a proud sponsor of S4x22

April 19-21, 2022

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.

Our sessions covered:

  • 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

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: OT Cybersecurity in the Era of Automated Shipping Operations

April 13, 2022

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The Good: The maritime industry has become highly automated, digitally-driven infrastructure that uses Operational Technology (OT) systems and networks to optimize tasks like loading and unloading cargo.

The Bad: Wherever automation is implemented to improve efficiency, there’s an increase in cyber risk that can affect both the vessels and port infrastructure.

The Ugly: When cyber attacks succeed, like the Maersk NotPetya malware incident in 2017, millions of dollars can be lost, not to mention the endangerment of the crew, environment and community.

Learn about:

  • An overview of the impact OT cybersecurity has in the maritime industry
  • Cyber vulnerabilities that can cause interruptions with little effort or knowledge
  • Systems exposed in vessels and at port
  • Industry regulations and guidelines that prevent and address cyber risk
  • Strategies to implement a successful OT cybersecurity program
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: OT Cybersecurity in the Era of Automated Shipping Operations