Managing cyber risk is now a business imperative for manufacturing organizations to enjoy the benefits of Industry 4.0 and/or the move to long term hybrid working without falling victim to debilitating, expensive and public cyberattacks. As sophisticated threats including ransomware gangs and state-sponsored actors identify manufacturing as a preferred target, manufacturers struggle to respond to this threat with their current security tools and practices.
Join eSentire and Teneo as they explore the latest threat trends, unpack critical factors and define a simple framework by which organizations can protect themselves from the cyberattacks that are monopolizing today’s headlines.
Andy de Clerck is the CTO of Teneo and has been with the organization since the acquisition of Geode Networks, a services driven company that Andy was a co-founder of 20 years ago. Andy has provided technical capabilities for many start-ups, driving innovation and strategy across EMEA alongside building a business with the same core strengths and ethos as Geode. Andy has over 35 years experience in network application management and architectures driving performance, security and focusing the outcome on business benefits that prevail with effective technology exploitation. Through Andy’s approach and Teneo’s strategy and capability across key areas of visibility, security and performance, Teneo customers can benefit from substantial improvement and utilization of technology whilst maintaining visibility and control of their digital business landscape. This enables customers to focus on being agile and disruptive in their markets.
Mark Sangster, Vice President and Industry Security Strategist, eSentire
Mark Sangster is eSentire’s VP Industry Security Strategies and the author of No Safe Harbor: The Inside Truth About Cybercrime and How to Protect Your Business. He is an award-winning speaker at international conferences and prestigious stages including the Harvard Law School and RSAConference. Mark has appeared on CNN Hour to provide expert opinion on international cybercrime issues, and is a go-to subject matter expert for leading publications and media outlets including the Wall Street Journal and Forbes when covering major data breach events.
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