Cybersecurity on the
Plant Floor


In Collaboration With


Come join us for our upcoming event!

Date:
March 6, 2019
Time:
9.30 AM to 3.00 PM
Location:
Cambria Suites RDU
300
Airgate Dr,
Morrisville, NC 27560

Come learn about Information Technology (IT) and Operation Technology (OT) Convergence, Risk Assessments and Cyberthreat Mitigation Strategies on the Plant Floor.

The convergence of OT/IT, while necessary to leverage new tools and techniques needed to improve OEE and other KPIs, also opens OT/IT networks to new generations of cyberthreats.

We don’t like when you get hacked - if you don’t either, this event is for you!

Join us to learn more about threat vectors, propagation pathways and definitive approaches to securing your infrastructure against these attacks.

Our key speakers are professionals and academics who will be sharing their expertise and imparting their know-how for attendees to acquire an in-depth knowledge pertaining to cyberthreat mitigation on the Plant Floor.

Agenda

9.00 AM - 10.00 AM
Registration & Refreshments
10.00 AM - 10.55 AM
Session 1: IT, OT & Cybersecurity
11.00 AM - 11.55 AM
Session 2: Cyberthreat, Risk Assessment Models & Mitigation
12.00 PM - 1.00 PM
Networking & Lunch
1.00 PM - 2.30 PM
Panel Discussion (Industry Stakeholders & Experts)
2.30 PM - 3.00 PM
Closing Remarks

Come Learn About

  • Information and Operation Technology Convergence
  • Bridging the gap between IT & OT efficiently
  • Keeping your Plant Floor Secure from Cyberthreats: Identification & Prevention
  • Improving your OEE and other KPIs while minimizing threat-vector propagation pathways
  • NIST/ISA Standards & Mitigation Approaches
  • Hardware & Software Solutions

Help and guidance to deploy models, policies and frameworks to conduct risk analysis, risk management and mitigation will be provided by the industry experts!

Register today and be part of the event that will give you the knowledge and tools to harden your Industrial Control System security.

Meet Our Speakers

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Wayne Cantrell
Principal Systems Engineer

Wayne Cantrell is a senior principal systems engineer in the factory automation business of Siemens industry, Inc. He has 35 years of experience in the manufacturing, design, application, and system engineering of automation systems and components. Most recently, he has been focusing on the development of secure automation architectures for military, critical infrastructure, and other automation projects requiring cyber protection.

Dr. Muninder Singh
Professor of Computer Science
Science of Security Lablet Co-Director


Dr. Singh is an Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor and a full professor in the Department of Computer Science at North Carolina State University. He is a AAAI fellow and an IEEE Fellow. Singh's research interests include multiagent systems, service-oriented computing, software engineering, artificial intelligence, and social networks. He has made several important contributions to the understanding of interaction and norms in multiagent systems.

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Mike Curnow
Head of Security, Sam Analytic Solutions

Mike is the head of security services at SAM Analytic Solutions, an ethical hacker and cybersecurity expert who's experienced in offensive security, security engineering & architecture, threat analysis & incident response. He runs the Security Operations Center at SAM Analytics and his team focuses on Threat Detection/Analysis & Remediation, conducting infrastructure penetration and application security testing and fuzz-testing. He has led security testings on infrastructures of Fortune 50 companies.

Samudra Vijay
CEO, Sam Analytic Solutions

Experienced Chief Executive Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the ITSM, Industrial automation, SCADA, Information Technology, Cloud Computing, Network Security, Software Development, and Mathematical Modeling of Energy Systems. Skilled in Analytical Skills, Entrepreneurship, Management, and Start-ups. Strong business development professional with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), focused on Energy and the Environment, in Engineering Systems Division from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Dale Malony
OT and Asset Monitoring Leader at Honda of America Mfg., Inc.

Dale is a problem solver and loves to make things the way they ought to be. In this new world of digitization in manufacturing, this often involves altering culture and organizational relationships that are highly resistant to change. Dale applies analytics solutions according to prioritized problems, always with an eye on cybersecurity, and always aligning the tools with the organization controlling them, thus facilitating accelerated change that is freed from bureaucracy while adhering to standards.