MUNICH, GERMANY, December 4, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cyber-criminals often aim at the unprepared. But 86% of attacks against manufacturers in 2018 weren’t opportunistic – they were specifically targeted, and nearly half aimed at stealing intellectual property to gain competitive advantage [Verizon DBIR 2018].
There is no technological panacea to save manufacturers from hackers – collaboration is the best route towards cyber resilience. With this in mind, the European Cyber Security Summit for Critical Manufacturing (ManuSec) unites 100+ leading IT and OT security experts to share takeaways from real-life incidents and promote peer and cross-sector alliance.
Taking place in Munich, 7th-8th of February 2019, ManuSec is the platform for European manufacturing leaders to assess how to fully reap the rewards of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
2019’s key themes include the convergence of Industrial Control Systems and enterprise infrastructure, conducting OT asset inventories and risk assessments, and using cloud services and mobile devices securely in the production environment.
Curated in partnership with a Steering Committee of security experts – including the CISO at HELLA and the Head of Cyber Security at Airbus- the agenda features panel presentations, interactive debates, table discussions, and 6+ hours of networking.
A highlight of day 1: Schneider Electric’s CISO EMEA and the OT Cyber Security Manager share the stage to present a real-life case study about integrating ICS security into Schneider Electric’s enterprise risk management programme. Request a brochure for a detailed programme and full line-up of speakers.
2-Day Conference Passes also include: seated lunches, refreshments during networking sessions, a PDF copy of all presentations, and CPD certification. Use code: Manu35 for 35% Off online at: www.manusecevent.com/europe
Source: EIN Presswire