Uplift Your Security Defense from IT to OT

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Presented by

Rob Caldwell, Director, ICS and OT Services, Mandiant; Richard Diver, Sr. Tech Business Strategy Mgr., Microsoft

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As more companies work to interconnect IT to IoT/OT, new cyber and operational risks are multiplying. Aligning your security capabilities to monitor, detect and respond across IT, IoT and OT assets is critical to improving security operations and detecting threats in real-time.  You need a solution that efficiently augments your security tech stack and equips you with threat intelligence and OT security expertise to defend against today’s sophisticated attackers. Our Mandiant and Microsoft experts will guide you through how to up level your IT to OT security by identifying how to prevent disruption from cyber attack by fusing technology with talent to naturally extend your security team. Key components: - Technology – extend your Microsoft investment by implementing Azure Defender for IoT - Intelligence – lead with an “intelligence-led” security approach with the combination of Microsoft technology with proven Mandiant threat intelligence tailored to your distinct industry profile. - People – bring in Mandiant experts who routinely protect critical infrastructure to optimize your security operations Speakers: Rob Caldwell, Director of Industrial Control Systems and Operational Technology Services, Mandiant Rob is responsible for consulting and managed services delivery in the ICS and OT space. The capabilities of Rob’s team extend from industrial security to other cyber physical disciplines such as IoT, building management, and biomedical devices. Prior to joining Mandiant, Rob spent 8 years with GE Digital Energy where he served as the Chief Security Architect.

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