For a very long time now, manufacturing and the production line has been an isolated environment. This is no longer the case. Manufacturers are now working in a connected, dynamic, and digitalised world, with multiple touchpoints, complex supply chains and extended ecosystems, dealing with sensitive data and human lives.
While most companies are facing similar threats and vulnerabilities, manufacturing sectors are facing a new paradigm where volumes have increased, margins have dropped, and failure is not an option. Manufacturing is now of the most important and most critical environments in cyber security, with adversarial attacks becoming more prevalent in OT and IT platforms. Improving security is no longer a thing you do once – it needs to be monitored, assessed, and protected every day.
The Cyber Security
Strategies for Manufacturing Sectors 2023 event is designed for manufacturers with complex supply chains and assets that need protecting, including but not limited to Automotive, Healthcare/Pharma, Defence/Military, Consumer Goods, Aerospace & Aviation, Food Manufacturing sectors, with the objective of:
- Understanding which cyber security strategies are being applied right now and which vendors are playing in this space
- Sharing industry-agnostic strategies from big, mid-sized and small manufacturers facing experiences, vulnerabilities, and threats
- Giving attendees the opportunity for sectors that are newly digitalised and connected to rely on supporting experiences from others and apply it to their own production and manufacturing
- Learn about a high variety of key topics, covering real-world scenarios, breaches, threats, and technologies on:
- Emerging Regulations & Operational Requirements | Supply Chain Security & Resilience Risk Management | Zero-Trust Methodologies | Ongoing Security & Vulnerability Monitoring | Cyber Security Technologies & Solutions that Match Manufacturing Environments | Collaboration between IT & OT | Data Security | Cloud Security | Open AI & Blockchain Security | Key Material Distribution & Management | & More
Top Reasons for Solution Providers to be at the Event
- Use the opportunity to target manufacturing industries and sectors who do not have strong cyber security experience and resilience yet
- Meet with potential customers both up and down the chain, including everyone from Heads of Departments to Architects to Engineers, from Cyber Security, Privacy, Operations, IT, OT, Enterprise Architecture, R&D & more
- Find out which critical and industrial sectors has the greatest appetite and customer for product security and IT security platforms
- Find out which sectors have the budget and resource availability for investment in cybersecurity technologies and solutions
Top Reasons to Attend for Manufacturing Sectors
- Understand which cyber security strategies are being applied right now and which vendors are playing in this critical space
- Learn industry-agnostic strategies from big, mid-sized and small manufacturers facing experiences, vulnerabilities, and threats like your sector
- Learn about a high variety of key topics, covering real-world scenarios, breaches, threats, and technologies
- Opportunity for sectors that are newly digitalised and connected to rely on supporting experiences from others and apply it to your own production and manufacturing
- Ali Baccouche, Information Security & Data Privacy Officer - EMEA, Texas Instruments
- Ramón Serres, CISO & IT Manager, Almirall
- Lukasz Kister PhD, Global Product Cyber Security Expert, Woodward Inc.
- Juan Francisco Bolivar Hernandez, Senior Cyber Security Specialist, Roche
- Gelvis Rodríguez, OT/IT L3 Incident Response Specialist, Nestlé
- Radoslaw Gnat, Cyber Resilience Manager, GSK
- Javier Vasquez Vidal, Principal Hardware Security Architect, NIO
- Anthony Attwood, Senior Cyber Security SME, Jaguar Land Rover
- Jeffrey Zhu, OT Cybersecurity Architect, Roche
- Karl Louis Alfaro Yacarini, Cyber SOC Architect, Nestlé
- Jacob Thomas, Senior IoT-OT Cybersecurity Consultant, Nestlé
- Claudio Sangaletti, Technical Director, Oleifici Masturzo
- Jan Münther, Head of Digital Product Security, OSRAM
- Muhittin Hasancioglu, Former Cyber Security Advisor and CISO, Petronas
- Karolina Kozlowska, Policy Officer, European Commission
- Samuel Ubido, Operational Technology Research Scholar, University of Oxford
- Stephen Powley, Researcher, Automotive Cybersecurity, Coventry University
- Slava Bronfman, CEO, Cybellum
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