Webinar | How to Unify OT & IT with an Air-Gapped Architecture
Wednesday, July 22nd | 11:00 AM EDT
How to Securely Unify OT & IT with an Air-Gapped Architecture
Securely distributing data from IoT and IIoT devices within an OT network, to the cloud or any other location, needs to be done without threatening the security posture of the OT network. Although OT/IT convergence has many benefits, including improved operations, increased productivity, agility to react, and cost savings, it also introduces new threat vectors that put OT networks at risk. Air-gapped architectures provide reliable security and assurance for OT networks, but they also limit the ability to transfer operational data. So how can organizations continue to reap the benefits of convergence without the risk of new threat vectors and without limiting operational data availability? During this webinar, Mark Toussaint, Product Manager at Owl Cyber Defense, Dennis Lanahan, Director of Sales at Owl Cyber Defense, and Michael Rothschild, Senior Director of Product & Solutions Marketing at Tenable, will discuss the risks of two-way connections between OT and IT networks, OT industry trends for data transfer architectures, and how to strengthen and unify OT and IT security with complete visibility and proactive risk-based insights into vulnerabilities.
This webinar will discuss:
-Pros and cons of OT/IT convergence
-Best practices for securely transferring OT data to external networks with an air-gapped architecture
-How to unify OT and IT security – Defense-in-Depth
-How to centrally monitor OT data within an IT environment
Michael Rothschild, Senior Director of OT Solutions, Tenable
Dennis Lanahan, VP of Sales, Owl Cyber Defense
Mark Toussaint, Product Manager, Owl Cyber Defense
Owl Cyber Defense leads the world in data diode and cross-domain network cybersecurity. With a constant focus on customers in the military, government, critical infrastructure, and commercial markets, Owl develops market-first, one-way data transfer products to meet a variety of operational needs—from entry-level to enterprise.
Tenable®, Inc. is the Cyber Exposure company. Over 30,000 organizations around the globe rely on Tenable to understand and reduce cyber risk. As the creator of Nessus®, Tenable extended its expertise in vulnerabilities to deliver the world’s first platform to see and secure any digital asset on any computing platform. Tenable customers include more than 50 percent of the Fortune 500, more than 30 percent of the Global 2000 and large government agencies. Learn more at www.tenable.com.