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Recorded: Wednesday September 9, 2020

The recent announcement by Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, should serve as a warning to all that state-sponsored attacks are part of our current landscape. They will be a significant challenge going forward. Ransomware is migrating from IT to OT environments. Critical infrastructure and the production and delivery of essential goods and services demands equal care and attention when it comes to cybersecurity.

In this webinar, Nozomi Networks Director of Business Development & Partner Technologies Phillip Page, Chinese Cyber Espionage Expert Retired Lt Colonel Bill Hagestad II and former Federal Prosecutor US Department of Justice Jonathan Rusch discussed what every critical infrastructure and industrial operation should know to keep operations safe in this interactive forum.

They covered:

  • Ransomware attacks targeting critical infrastructure for profit and power
  • How the lines are blurring between organised cybercrime and nation-sponsored efforts
  • Critical infrastructure and Cyber Espionage

Panelists:

  • Phillip Page, Nozomi Networks Director of Business Development & Partner Technologies
  • Bill Hagestad II, Chinese Cyber Espionage Expert Retired Lt Colonel
  • Jonathan Rusch, Former Federal Prosecutor US Department of Justice

Facilitator

  • Brian Hay, Former Operational Commander of Fraud and Cybercrime, Queensland Police

Watch the Webinar: Cyber Crime Migration to Critical Infrastructure
Report: OT/IoT Security Report
Infographic: IoT Botnets and Shifting Ransomware Target OT & IoT Cybersecurity Weaknesses in the First Half of 2020
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Australian Government Paper: Protecting Critical Infrastructure and Systems of National Significance.