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Passive, Active or Hybrid Monitoring: What is the right choice for your ICS Network?

  • Thursday, May 17th, 2018 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
  • Barak Perelman
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They are the workhorses of industrial operations and critical infrastructure. Industrial Controllers such as PLCs, RTUs an DCSs have been around forever and control virtually everything. Back when these controllers were deployed, there was little concern for security; but times have changed. As a result, you are now exposed to consistent and confusing noise regarding various ICS security approaches. You must take action, but what is the right action to take?


In this session we will help unravel the confusion and specifically:

-       Explain the different approaches for ICS security

-       Learn about the differences between active, passive and hybrid ICS security monitoring approaches

-       Understand the benefits and disadvantages of each

-       Learn which security gaps are addressed and not addressed by each approach

-       Know which approach is best suited for protecting your ICS network

Speaker Bio

Barak Perelman

Barak Perelman is the CEO of Indegy. Before founding Indegy, Barak led several multimillion dollar cyber security projects at the IDF and received commendation for this service and achievements. He is a graduate of the elite Talpiot military academy and has over 15 years of hands-on experience in cyber security and protection of critical infrastructures. Perelman holds a B.Sc. in computer science, physics and math, and an MBA from the Tel Aviv University.

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