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The threat landscape for industrial networks is as challenging as ever. With companies ramping up against cyber security threats on the Enterprise side, the Plant side is often ignored. Legacy Operating Systems, vulnerable hardware, and minimal security considerations present fresh tempting targets for would-be troublemakers and intellectual property thieves. Here are some guidelines to what you can do to better secure your network and reduce threat vectors.
Speaker: David Y. Kang, CCNA Industrial
Dave Kang has spent the last 14 years working in multiple aspects of Information Technology after graduating from Penn State University. He has held roles in Help Desk Support, Network Administration, Systems Administration, and even leadership roles such as Director of Information Systems. His experience lies primarily in infrastructure design and management – both physical and virtual – working closely with vendors such as Cisco, VMware, EMC, Microsoft, and Check Point.
He is currently a Cisco Certified Industrial Networking Specialist and Cisco Certified Network Associate for Industrial (CCNA) working with Rumsey Electric, a Rockwell Automation distributor as their Networking, Security & Information Solutions Specialist. The role helps bridge the gap between IT and OT networks and operates as a liaison between the disparate networks in pursuit of the ‘Connected Enterprise’.
DATE and TIME: Wednesday November 8, 2017 (note date change). Open 5:15 PM — Light meal at 5:30 PM; Meeting starts at 6:30 PM — Speaker’s presentation 6:45 PM to 7:45 PM
LOCATION: Ives Equipment Inc. —
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JANUARY TOPIC: Artificial Intelligence and the Factory of the Future