Date: September 20, 2022
- Austen Byers, Technical Director – TXOne Networks
- Gary Miliefsky, CDM’s CEO (Host)
Newly discovered vulnerabilities in industrial control systems (ICS) are targeted more than ever. In fact, the number of ICS-CERT advisories increased by 56.2% from 2020 to 2021 according to the TXOne Networks 2021 Cybersecurity Report. Many of these systems include legacy devices that were designed before cybersecurity became a serious concern, leaving them highly susceptible to emerging threats.
While installing patches and updates may work for IT, it’s a significant expense and disruptive approach for operational technologies (OT) that require in-depth defenses to keep operations up and running.
You’re invited to join TXOne Networks, a global leader in ICS and industrial IoT (IIoT) security, to uncover the ugly truth of OT digital safety and how to avert operational and revenue disruptions.
- Understand how industrial breaches occur and the long-term financial impact
- Identify the differences in protection strategies for OT devices
- Learn how to implement an OT-focused approach to cybersecurity with the right tools from TXOne Networks
Austen Byers, Technical Director, Americas at TXOne Networks
As Technical Director at TXOne Networks, Austen leads the company’s efforts in providing design, architecture, and engineering technical direction and leadership. Austen is a sought-after thought leader in operational technology (OT) cybersecurity with more than 10 years in the cybersecurity space. He has spoken at numerous industry events as a subject-matter expert to provide insight into the state of industrial cybersecurity, the intricacies of OT breaches, and providing strategies to help organizations keep their assets and environments safe.