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Why the Convergence of IT & OT Will Drive the Next Wave of Regulation for Energy

Across multiple critical infrastructure sectors, we are seeing massive adoption of smart OT devices and the convergence of IT and OT. However, regulations in energy, water, and others have not caught up. See why this convergence leaves organizations vulnerable and join us as we look to see if the regulation will come before or after another attack. Join CyberSaint Senior Customer Advisor Hayley Pruett and Siemens Energy Global Cyber Portfolio Lead Madison Horn as they dive into the changes coming to the energy sector in the coming months.
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Madison Horn, Global Cyber Portfolio Lead, Siemens Energy | Hayley Pruett, Senior Customer Advisor, CyberSaint Security
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