Nozomi Networks security experts discuss topics that are important to the OT and IoT security community. This includes current cybersecurity threat intelligence, trends, news, and challenges. If you work in security or operations, or if you are a researcher, you’ll find episodes of interest.
What is Incident Response? | Nozomi Networks
Incident response is something we hope you don’t have to deal with very often, but for those responsible for securing industrial and critical infrastructure, it’s a critical component of their cybersecurity strategy. In fact it’s key to ensuring that your business, systems and personnel are well prepared to act swiftly and efficiently when an incident does occur.
Learn more with Nozomi Networks Cybersecurity and Privacy Director Bruce Snell, and OT Cybersecurity Strategist Danielle Jablanski.
What is Threat Detection? | Nozomi Networks
Malware and ransomware are of course some of the biggest and most widely known threats that businesses face today. However, having a basic understanding of the bigger picture will enable you to prepare your business for a whole range of threats that you may come across, and secure your business further.
Learn more with Nozomi Networks Cybersecurity and Privacy Director Bruce Snell, and Security Research Evangelist Roya Gordon.
What is Cyber Risk Management? | Nozomi Networks
Cyber risk management involves identifying all the OT and IoT assets on your operational network, assessing their vulnerabilities, and outlining risk management processes to close security gaps.
Learn more with Nozomi Networks Cybersecurity and Privacy Director Bruce Snell, and Technical Sales Director Shan Zhou.
What is Zero Trust Security? I Nozomi Networks
The rise of remote working, hybrid cloud environments and use of mobile and IoT devices has casued the security perimeter approach to become obsolete. It’s quickly being replaced by the zero trust model which denies access to all applications and data by default. Zero trust is less a technology than it is a security policy objective and design approach.
Learn more from Nozomi Networks Cybersecurity and Privacy Director Bruce Snell, and Gary Kinghorn, Senior Director of Product Marketing.
A Day in the Life of an OT Responder
Response time refers to the amount of time that takes place between when we perceive something to when we respond to it. It is the ability to detect, process, and respond to a situation. In this case, we look at what a typical day an Operational Technology (OT) responder must endure and why this role is crucial within critical infrastructure and industrial control networks.
Cyber and Operational Resilience for Smart Factories
Find out how increased cyber risk, threat of downtime, legacy equipment and IoT proliferation are contributing to the resilience challenge.