IIoT World Days Panel: Industry 4.0 and Cybersecurity Challenges

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IIoT World Days Panel: Industry 4.0 and Cybersecurity Challenges

Panel Sponsored by Industry 4.0 and Industry 4.0

The Industry 4.0 revolution brings with it a new operational risk for connected, smart manufacturers and digital supply networks: cyber. Industrial Cybersecurity should be an integral part of the strategy, design, and operations from the beginning of any new connected, Industry 4.0–driven initiative.

In light of Industry 4.0, our expert line up of panelists will examine visibility, control, and situational awareness in relation to your cyber security strategy – and their impact on the future of digital manufacturing.

This panel, originally presented at IIoT World Days on July 1, 2020, discusses:

  • Top trends impacting today’s manufacturers security strategy
  • What are the cyber security-specific technical issues associated with Industry4.0?
  • What are the cyber security-specific training and education issues associated with Industry4.0?

Industry 4.0 Panelists:

Joe Weiss (Moderator) – PE, CISM, CRISC, ISA Fellow, IEEE Senior Member, Managing Director ISA99; Applied Control Solutions, LLC

Industry expert on control systems and electronic security of control systems, with more than 40 years of experience in the energy industry. Mr. Weiss spent more than 14 years at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) where he led a variety of programs including the Nuclear Plant Instrumentation and Diagnostics Program, the Fossil Plant Instrumentation & Controls Program, the Y2K Embedded Systems Program and, the cyber security for digital control systems.

Pamela Gupta – President, OutSecure, Inc.

Security thought leader on emerging risks. Drawing upon a unique combination of more than 20 years of technical, process, policy, and business experience in leading Fortune 500 companies, Ms. Gupta is a security thought leader, creating strategic security guidance for global clients. She chairs global multi stakeholder workgroups for IoT Security, Artificial Intelligence and other emerging technology.

Dmitry Sotnikov, Vice President of Cloud Platform, 42Crunch

Dmitry Sotnikov serves as Vice President of Cloud Platform at 42Crunch – an enterprise API security company–and also maintains APISecurity.io, a popular community site with daily API Security news and weekly newsletter on API vulnerabilities, breaches, standards, best practices, regulations, and tools. Dmitry has more than two decades of experience in enterprise IT software and cloud computing – holding executive positions with companies such as WSO2, Jelastic and Quest Software.

Chuck Brooks, President, Brooks Consulting International

Chuck Brooks is a globally recognized thought leader and evangelist for Cybersecurity and Emerging Technologies. LinkedIn named him as one of “The Top 5 Tech People to Follow on LinkedIn”. He was also named by Thompson Reuters as a “Top 50 Global Influencer in Risk, Compliance,” and by IFSEC as the “#2 Global Cybersecurity Influencer” in 2018. He is a Cybersecurity Expert for “The Network” at the Washington Post, Visiting Editor at Homeland Security Today, and a Contributor to FORBES.

Bryan Skene, CTO and VP of Product Development, Tempered

Bryan Skene is the CTO and VP of Product Development at Tempered, where he is responsible for leading a world-class team of engineers. Skene has a deep and successful track record of delivering breakthrough technology, with an eye on simplifying complex cybersecurity challenges for businesses. His most recent position before Tempered was VP of Engineering for Simply Measured, a social media data analytics company. Prior to that, he spent over 15 years building products at F5 Networks and was instrumental in re-engineering the company’s flagship BIG-IP software, which has become the market’s leading application delivery platform.

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