Cyber Security for Critical Manufacturing Summit

  • Wednesday07Feb 2018
    Partner Event

    ** This is a past event **

    The summit will bring together a senior delegation of security leaders to discuss industry frameworks and outline new ways of effectively addressing current challenges.

The Cyber Security for Critical Manufacturing summit will bridge the gap between process control and corporate IT senior level professionals, allowing them to discuss challenges, critical issues and debate best practice guidelines across the industry.

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The summit will bring together a senior delegation of security leaders to discuss industry frameworks and outline new ways of effectively addressing current challenges. Ransomware, the human component, the disruptive potential of AI and IoT, GDPR compliance and outdated CISO reporting structures provide a snapshot of the topics that will be discussed. Practical steps and innovative solutions will also be outlined and debated by industry leaders through a wide array of hands-on presentations and case studies as well as opportunities to network and connect with industry peers.

For more information on the ManuSec summit please visit: www.manusecevent.com/europe/ 

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