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See it, secure it: how to gain visibility into industrial control networks

As industrial networks have become a bigger target for cyberattacks, you want to build the right security policies to ensure production integrity, continuity and safety. But you cannot protect what you can't see. Join this webinar and learn how you can:
•Leverage your existing network to gain visibility on your industrial assets
•Detect abnormal behaviors to maintain process integrity
•Share this OT context with IT teams and build security policies that will not disrupt production
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    •What threat detection capabilities does Cyber Vision offer?
    •How does Cyber Vision enhance your existing IT security tools?
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    •See a comprehensive demo of Cyber Vision
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    Rising number of cars on roads, traffic congestion, increase in percentage of connected cars, are all inescapable problems in growing metropolitan cities. There is an increasing need to connect, secure and optimize our critical roadways and intersections infrastructure to respond to these changes to improve public safety, make travel easier for drivers and pedestrians and reduce response times for emergency vehicles and first responders. Remote access to traffic management is also needed with growing demands for communication and data sharing among transportation, police, and emergency responders.

    Join this webinar to learn how Cisco IoT solutions:
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    As cyber-attacks on industrial environments increase in frequency and complexity, IT security leaders are under pressure to manage these risks and secure business critical IoT/OT networks.

    Building a converged IT/OT SOC (security operations center) is the most efficient way to leverage existing IT security tools and cybersecurity methodologies. But it might not be that simple!

    Join this webinar to hear lessons learned from Cisco OT SOC experts and IT security architects:
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    -What did Cisco Services learn from previous OT SOC deployments?
    -What OT information does the SOC need to build security policies?
    -How can SOC analysts investigate and remediate threats across both IT and OT domains?
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    Which wireless technology best meets your goals? How to find the best fit in a multi-access world.

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    Marc Blackmer and Dan Behrens, Cisco IoT
    As industrial networks have become a bigger target for cyberattacks, you want to build the right security policies to ensure production integrity, continuity and safety. But you cannot protect what you can't see. Join this webinar and learn how you can:
    •Leverage your existing network to gain visibility on your industrial assets
    •Detect abnormal behaviors to maintain process integrity
    •Share this OT context with IT teams and build security policies that will not disrupt production
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    2.What you can do to reduce your risk profile, and
    3.How you can build a modern security architecture that is truly scalable for your organizations
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    Marc Blackmer and Dan Behrens, Cisco IoT
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    •Easily segment your industrial network with software-based micro-segmentation
    •Leverage your existing network to detect threats to your industrial operations
    •Control remote accesses to your OT from your employees, vendors and contractors
    •Enable investigations across both your IT and OT domains to speed remediation
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    David Hallett, Global Product Line Manager – Automation, Sandvik and Charles Ferriera, Business Partnership Manager, Cisco
    The future of mining is digital. Industrial IoT enables mining companies to become more efficientand reduce costs while making the work environment safer, cleaner and sustainable. The Cisco- Sandvik partnership is enabling remote and autonomous mining for better worker safety and increased productivity.Cisco has the expertise and solutions to provide reliable and secure network connectivity underground and Sandvik Mining offers the equipment and knowledge to boost safety and productivity for its customers.

    Join this webinar to learn:
    •The connectivity challenges in underground mines and the need for a robust network for equipment operation
    •How the Sandvik- Cisco joint solution addresses these challenges providing a secure reliable connection from the mines to the NOC
    •Use of industrial automation to optimize efficiency of controlling machines and equipment in the mine with customer example
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    · The kinds of attacks we’ve seen since then, such as the assault on Ukraine’s power grid and the attack that targeted a Saudi Arabian chemical plant
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    * See how a customer solved challenges around autonomous and automated vehicle control.

    * Discover how to deliver seamless 4K video and audio streaming in various environments, such as high-speed trains, or anywhere bandwidth is needed at the network edge.
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    If high-speed, zero loss connectivity sounds useful, then this webinar is for you. See how newly acquired Fluidmesh Technologies Group, together with our Industrial Wireless portfolio, deliver a comprehensive wireless solution to help you meet the most demanding goals.

    * See how a customer solved challenges around autonomous and automated vehicle control.

    * Discover how to deliver seamless 4K video and audio streaming in various environments, such as high-speed trains, or anywhere bandwidth is needed at the network edge.
  • Cisco IoT: The IoT Edge THE best place to start adding intelligence to data! Recorded: Jul 28 2020 56 mins
    •Vernon Turner, Cisco PM •Kevin Prouty, Group VP for IDC Energy & Manufacturing Insights •Anoop Mohan, Cisco Director
    The value from IoT data is still being explored. There are no shortages of attempts to take raw IoT data and turn it into workable business outcomes. But there lies the issue – the journey from the Edge to the Cloud isn’t smooth. The complexity at edge is a multi faceted problem. Try taking data from heterogenous assets while being efficient in data processing costs, security and latency purposes. And maintain complete control on where the data is delivered! In fact there are only a few great examples of who has done it and how they achieved it. Listen in to this webinar and get the latest IoT updates from IDC and hear how Cisco is being a bridge between the creation of IoT data to its consumption using its Edge Intelligence solution.
  • Critical Infrastructure Security 10 Years After Stuxnet Recorded: Jul 14 2020 74 mins
    Kim Zetter
    In 2010, the discovery of Stuxnet, the sophisticated virus used to sabotage Iran's nuclear program, ushered in a new era of warfare — in the digital realm. It placed critical infrastructure around the world in the cross hairs by demonstrating how a remote digital attack could be done anonymously, and have as much destructive capability as a physical attack.

    As we approach the ten-year anniversary of this discovery, what have we learned? Since Stuxnet, there have been subsequent attacks against critical infrastructure that show us where the threat landscape is headed.

    In this talk, attendees will learn:
    · What Stuxnet showed us about the ways in which critical infrastructure systems that manage electric grids, water treatment plants, traffic systems and more, are vulnerable to cyber attacks
    · The kinds of attacks we’ve seen since then, such as the assault on Ukraine’s power grid and the attack that targeted a Saudi Arabian chemical plant
    · Lessons learned from Stuxnet and these subsequent attacks that show the mistakes that made them possible — plus best practices for winning against them
  • The Five Biggest Mistakes Made When Deploying Industrial Networks Recorded: Jul 2 2020 91 mins
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    IoT data is driving industrial organizations to a whole new level—improving efficiencies, customer satisfaction, and even revenue—but 60% of all IoT initiatives stall at the proof of concept stage. Connecting a vast number of diverse devices brings security risk and increases complexity making IIoT deployments difficult to scale and manage. With the network as the foundation for any IoT deployment, it’s important to get it right. This session will focus on how you can avoid the top 5 mistakes and build a reliable network foundation that scales with the needs of your business. Whether you’re connecting devices in warehouses, manufacturing plants, roadways, on mobile assets, or even simply in outdoor environments like a parking lot, this session is for you. Cisco is a market leader in enterprise and in industrial networking, and we’re excited to share our learnings to help make your project a success.
  • Building a modern grid security architecture Recorded: May 19 2020 53 mins
    Dave Schmitt and Sean Song Jiang, Cisco IoT
    The last 5 years have seen a marked increase in digitization of the electric grid, as well as attacks against it. While the implementation of compliance measures has brought attention to the problem, operators continue to face scalability challenges for their cybersecurity programs. Join this webinar and learn:
    1.How to leverage your existing network to gain the necessary visibility,
    2.What you can do to reduce your risk profile, and
    3.How you can build a modern security architecture that is truly scalable for your organizations
  • See it, secure it: how to gain visibility into industrial control networks Recorded: May 5 2020 47 mins
    Marc Blackmer and Dan Behrens, Cisco IoT
    As industrial networks have become a bigger target for cyberattacks, you want to build the right security policies to ensure production integrity, continuity and safety. But you cannot protect what you can't see. Join this webinar and learn how you can:
    •Leverage your existing network to gain visibility on your industrial assets
    •Detect abnormal behaviors to maintain process integrity
    •Share this OT context with IT teams and build security policies that will not disrupt production
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