Every day your OT network is at risk of being compromised, and you most probably don’t know about it.
A variety of removable media or contractor devices may be used on a daily basis, do you know what unwanted threats they may be bringing in through their toolboxes?
Removable devices are one of the major causes of infection that we see today, and this doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Sheep Dip is a process and technical solution to ensure removable media is thoroughly scanned for malware and associated threats, covering a wide array of devices, and sanitising embedded file components.
In this webinar we will explore the different approaches companies are taking in using removable media and contractor devices safely, whilst continuing to protect their OT environment.
Our expert panel will discuss how many companies are protecting their environments from the threat posed by removable devices, whilst still benefitting from the efficiencies in operational efficiency they provide. We will also discuss how to move data safely between sensitive security zones.
In this session, you will learn:
Tony Mannion has been working at SolutionsPT for 20 years focussed on specifying and delivering successful solutions for the OT environment.
Tony now heads up the Cyber Security sales force across the group, giving him great insight into the threats that our customers have identified and how they are mitigating the risks. He also has over 35 years’ experience in sales with skills in SCADA, MES and Automation.
Lee is a cyber security product manager and also operates as a cyber security consultant. With over 30 years’ experience in IT, over 15 years in security and more than 10 years in OT. Lee is also CISSP, CSTM, CEH, MCITP and Microsoft certified. He is also a check team penetration tester and cyber plus assessor.
Lee has demonstrable skills in VMware, server desktop, networking and datacentre infrastructure. He gets involved with all aspects of designs, security auditing, installations and remediation. Lee loves to mentor and share skills through experience and training.