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During these conversations, we get a sneak peek into what they are planning to share at the conference as well as a glimpse into their backgrounds and some additional insight on the topics they will discuss.
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Does Your IT Intersect With Your OT? Do You Know?
In this podcast, we had the chance to speak with two experts deeply entrenched in the world of critical infrastructure, industrial control systems, and industrial internet of things. Galina Antova, from Claroty, and Emily Miller, from Mocana, join Sean Martin and Marco Ciappelli to give us a view of the state of security for this slice of society while also connecting the dots to their RSA Conference panel, Why Industrial IoT Security Is Really about Saving Lives.
Emily and Galina will be joined by fellow panelists, John Felker from DHS, and Lorie Wigle from Intel, for their panel which takes place from 2:50-3:40 PM on Thursday, March 7th in Moscone South Hall room 201.
If you build, deploy, manage, secure or set policy for critical infrastructure and/or industrial control systems, this is a must-attend session. If you don’t think you have to worry about ICS, you might want to listen to what Galina and Emily tell me and Marco in this episode — you might get a new perspective on risk for your organization and change your mind.
RSA Conference 2019 | San Francisco
Thursday, March 7th | Moscone South Hall | Room 201