Mapping Security Frameworks to your Critical Assets - Focus on India Guidelines

Presented by

Debraj Chakraborty Head of Operational Technology, India, Tenable and Richard Bussiere, Technical Head, Tenable

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Mission critical systems are the backbone to modern society and business globally. These systems rely on operational technologies. A variety of security frameworks are available for mission critical system to help users meet security standards, government regulations , continuously identify security gaps, and communicate business risk to executives. In this session, we will feature how organisations can comply with these regulations and standards related to asset inventory management, security management (malicious code prevention, security event monitoring), configuration and change management, vulnerability assessment and more across the extended enterprise in real time. We will provide guidance in the use of key frameworks by leveraging recommendations from the National Institute of Standards and Technology Framework (NIST) Framework for OT, cyber security best practices from ISO 27001, IEC 62443, etc as well as cover key compliance elements from government agencies from India such as CEA. In this session the expert will deep dive into the below areas: How Organisations can act in accordance with these regulations and standards related to asset inventory management? Provide Guidance on how to use these key frameworks; Cover key compliance elements from government agencies.

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