Prevent Power Delivery Outages and Enable Secure Data Mobility From A Power Plant to a SIEM for 24/7/365 MonitoringWatch On-Demand Now
About the Webinar
Power plant delivery outages are a major concern. Not only do they negatively affect power organizations, but they also impact the public which can result in power loss and reputation damage to the organization. Power organizations are faced with the challenge of enabling the mobility of critical data out of a plant to a SIEM platform in a control center for 24/7/365 monitoring without introducing risk to the power plant. Control center operators have the responsibility of monitoring critical power plant data to identify anomalies and prevent cyberattacks and power delivery outages. Power organizations are held to a higher standard when it comes to the cybersecurity technologies they deploy compared to other critical infrastructure industries, resulting in the need to deploy solutions that adhere to compliance requirements and provide the highest level of security possible to prevent power delivery outages.
During This Webinar, We Discuss:
- Cybersecurity challenges the power industry is facing
- Best practices for enabling the secure mobility of data from a power plant to a SIEM platform without introducing risk
- How to prevent cyber attacks from causing power delivery outages
- NRC, NERC-CIP, and NIST requirements for securely transferring data out of a secure network
Meet The Speaker
Cross Domain Solution Architect
Kris Voorspoels is Cross Domain Solution Architect at Owl Cyber Defense, based in Abu Dhabi. He has experience working in Industrial Telecoms for 20 years and has been at Owl for 5 years, working directly with critical infrastructure and government clients to solve their cybersecurity challenges with cross domain and data diode solutions. This includes multi-vendor technology integration studies around OT-IT network and cybersecurity technologies. He is a specialist in Historical Database solutions, HMI, OPC Protocols, OT protocols, including OSIsoft PI, IEC-60870-5-104, IEC61850, DNP3, Modbus and others. He is actively Involved in various oil and gas, utility, and Government integration projects and is a strong technical contributor in innovation projects. His most recent innovation project is focused on using AI and ML from a cloud-based command center in a secure way.