A free industrial cybersecurity webinar for Cumbrian SMEs will be held on Friday.
Hosted by experts from Siemens and North West Cyber Resilience Centre, the online seminar will tackle cyber threats affecting industrial systems and what can be done to mitigate the risks they pose.
They will address the many challenges that SMEs face in cyberattacks and how they can protect their organisations and manage their cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
The webinar, which runs from 9am to 10am, will cover:
- A case study showing the effects of a ransomware attack and best practice response
- How can I protect what I can’t see? What assets do I have?
- How do I manage my Cyber Security vulnerabilities?
- What threats are there to my production? (Security of resources, people and my facilities)
- What is Defence in Depth?
To register for the webinar visit:
The webinar will also be available to watch on-demand for those registered.
The North West Cyber Resilience Centre is a not-for-profit venture between Greater Manchester Police and Manchester Digital.
Grace Hulse, Detective inspector and head of cyber and innovation at the NWCRC will be presenting at the webinar.
Ben Caley, business development manager, Siemens Industrial Security Services, will be presenting Siemens’ case studies and sharing best practice at the webinar.
He said: “We are delighted to be part of the webinar to showcase to the region’s SME businesses how cyberattacks can be mitigated. We have been working with cybersecurity in our own cutting-edge factories, our experience in dealing with hackers and other threats comes from first-hand experience in industrial security and we are happy to share these experiences with industry peers.”