- Discerning the impact of cyber threats in the next-generation enterprises
- WHEN: 16 May 2012 at 2pm BST
- WHERE: Online, with free registration
- PRESENTER: Karthik Sundaram, Senior Research Analyst
LONDON, May 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Post 2010, after the infamous Stuxnet attack in Iran, cyber threats have gained considerable attention from all sections of the industry, from automation and device vendors at the plant-floor to management personnel in boardrooms.
The need for implementing security initiatives is increasingly becoming a regulatory compulsion. A practical projection of current trends indicate that regulations and standards governing cyber security is likely to surge in the future, reflecting the urgency and opportunity for automation vendors to invest in this emerging market space.
This briefing will try to understand and analyse: History of cyber threats; Significance to automation vendors; Evaluate contemporary security initiatives; Articulate strategic recommendations. It will provide automation vendors with an insight into some of the popular industrial perceptions towards cyber security, offering viable recommendations for security initiatives in future enterprises.
"The growing risk of cyber threats has transformed the discipline of cyber security into an indispensable part of corporate strategy in the factory of the future," observes Senior Research Analyst Karthik Sundaram.
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