Live Events Are Back!
MFG CYBERSECURITY SUMMIT
Upcoming Dates in USA
February 16th: Raleigh, NC
May 17th: Cleveland, OH
Oct. 25th: Santa Clara, CA
Upcoming Dates in Mexico
March 8th: Monterrey
June 14th: Queretaro
October 18th: CDMX
#1 Educational Event Series for Cybersecurity in the Industrial Manufacturing industry
MFG Cybersecurity Summit will bring together top security thought leaders in the manufacturing industry including: Chief Information Officers (CIO), Chief Information Security Officers (CISO), Heads of Risk, Compliance, Audit, Technology, Privacy, and stakeholders responsible for protecting and securing their enterprises.
The Summit will take place over the course of one day, consisting of state of the industry discussions, common cyber threats to manufacturers and enterprise case studies with shared ideas in a peer to peer setting.
Be a part of a community of like-minded cyber security executives to share ideas on protecting our manufacturing base from foreign threats.
A new way to interact face-to-face in a business environment with all safety measures intact.
LIVE EVENTS ARE BACK!
Interact with your peers face-to-face.
Attend conferences and learn from the experts about the most important topics in cybersecurity.
Key Cybersecurity Summit Topics
• The Future of Cloud Security
• Cybersecurity for Smart Factories
• Cybersecurity in Manufacturing
• Rise of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)
• The Evolution of Threat Hunting
• Identifying & Avoiding Insider Threats in Today’s Remote Workforce
• The Year in Ransomware Attacks
• How to Protect Access to your Critical Databases
• Most Common Cybersecurity Threats to Manufacturers
• Addressing Cybersecurity risk in Industrial IoT and OT
OFF-ROAD – Construction/Agriculture
Energy – Oil & Gas
Food & Beverage
Machine Shops – Contract Mfg’s
THE BEST TIME
FOR CYBERSECURITY IS NOW!
According to a report, the global industrial cybersecurity market size is excepted reach to reach USD 29.41 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 8.2% during the forecast period. The integration of cybersecurity solutions and advanced cloud services by various industries will spur opportunities for the global market during the forecast period, states Fortune Business Insights
The manufacturing sector faces a high risk of ransomware attacks and is seen as a high value target by hackers. For some manufacturing facilities, files are only stored locally and this can increase the risk and leave a manufacturing facility largely unable to defend itself against ransomware threats. Source: https://www.themanufacturer.com/articles/manufacturers-face-a-significant-cybersecurity-risk-from-ransomware/
Economic uncertainty and the quest for efficiency are driving the adoption of remote access technology across industry, even as growing concerns surrounding cybersecurity have many industry leaders spooked about greater levels of network connectedness.