Attacks on Infrastructure & Why It’s Important to Secure Linux

Presented by

John Viega, CEO Capsule8; Vicki Knott, CEO and co-founder of Crux OCM; Thomas Olofsson, CTO of BTBlock

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Join John Viega, CEO of Capsule8, Vicki Knott, Co-founder and CEO of Crux OCM, and Thomas Olofsson, CTO of BTBlock for a timely discussion on recent cyber attacks on critical infrastructure and why enterprises running Linux shouldn’t underestimate the implications of such attacks. The Colonial Pipeline incident has gained more attention due to the social and economic ripple effect it had even though the company moved quickly to shut down certain critical infrastructure to control the impact. The thwarted Florida Water Treatment Plant attack earlier this year could have been potentially catastrophic. Have we been dodging the bullet? Learn from leaders in cybersecurity and energy industries about the true implications of such attacks, the need to secure your largest attack surface – production systems, how to take a holistic approach to build business resilience.

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Capsule8 provides modern enterprises scalable Linux workload protection. The pioneer behind “ops-friendly” Linux security, Capsule8 Protect is purpose-built to deliver monitoring, detection and response with a single agent that can be deployed across heterogenous production environments. By using Capsule8, security teams have the visibility needed to detect incidents and protect against unwanted behavior, allowing them reduce downtime and avoid costly business disruption.