Operational technology (OT) made numerous cybersecurity headlines in 2022 and remains a favorite target for threat actors in 2023. OT security incidents can impair business-critical operations, disrupt essential services, and even threaten public health and safety.
Yet, despite the headlines, most OT systems are still not engineered nor operated with a security-first mindset. These systems are typically beyond the purview and control of security-conscious CISOs and CIOs – being designed, procured, and managed by engineering organizations that are primarily focused on meeting key business performance objectives related to system uptime and efficiency.
Join CyberArk and PwC for a fireside chat covering best practices for strengthening OT security and improving cyber readiness, including:
- Championing a defense-in-depth approach to security
- Isolating the OT network
- Securing privileged access for vendor, contractors, and remote employees
- Removing hard-coded OT device credentials from applications and scripts
David Higgins, Senior Director, Field Technology Office, CyberArk
Lukáš Pavka, Lead Architect – Senior Manager, PwC
Robert Sawyer, Senior Director, DevSecOps Solutions Marketing, CyberArk