Industrial control systems and OT are becoming increasingly digitalised and connected to external systems and access points. This significantly increases efficiency and flexibility, but also increases the risk of cyberattacks and large-scale disruptions. In addition to remote access, connections to the company's IT and internally distributed access points to the ICS pose significant risks to the stability and security of production. This is why ICS, just like IT, must be thoroughly secured - both against known malware as well as against internal perpetrators and new, targeted cyberattacks.
In this hands-on webcast with Rhebo Product Manager Alexander Müller and Frank Merkel, technical Sales Phoenix Contact you will learn:
- which cyber threats are linked to the digitalisation and networking of production;
- why today's risk exposure requires monitoring of network boundaries AND ICS;
- how a combination of intelligent firewalls and ICS monitoring with anomaly detection provides holistic protection against disruption and manipulation;
- how ICS monitoring additionally increases the performance and stability of your OT.
Unfortunately, this webinar is available in German only. If you wish to have a personal demo, write us an E-mail.
About our speakers:
Klaus Mochalski is CEO of Rhebo GmbH and has over twelve years of experience in the development and marketing of technologies for network management and security. Prior to that, he was active in research and teaching at international universities.
Frank Merkel has been working for PHOENIX CONTACT in various positions since 2005. He is the technical sales contact person for all technical questions regarding PHOENIX CONTACT's security and network products in the northern half of Germany.