Preventing Cyber Attacks on OT Networks and Industrial Control Systems

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Mati Epstein, Head of Industrial Control Systems at Check Point Software Technologies

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During the past few months, cyberattacks have increased against Operational Technology (OT) networks and Industrial Control Systems (ICS). Recent targets include a natural gas facility, water facilities, and steel manufacturers. Given the fact that critical infrastructure such as utilities, energy suppliers, and manufacturing facilities are exposed and at risk, it is essential to implement effective security in order to reduce the attack surface of these ICS and OT networks. Join Mati Epstein, Head of Industrial Control Systems at Check Point Software Technologies for insight on the realities surrounding today's vulnerabilities and how companies can protect their critical infrastructure without impacting operations going forward.

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Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (www.checkpoint.com) is a leading provider of cyber security solutions to corporate enterprises and governments globally. Check Point Infinity’s portfolio of solutions protects enterprises and public organizations from 5th generation cyber-attacks with an industry leading catch rate of malware, ransomware and other threats. Infinity comprises three core pillars delivering uncompromised security and generation V threat prevention across enterprise environments: Check Point Harmony, for remote users; Check Point CloudGuard, to automatically secure clouds; and Check Point Quantum, to protect network perimeters and datacenters, all controlled by the industry’s most comprehensive, intuitive unified security management; Check Point Horizon, a prevention-first security operations suite. Check Point protects over 100,000 organizations of all sizes.