1. Orchid 4201

This session will reveal the results of an investigation into Industry 4.0 which debunks myths and illustrates realities as its adoption increases in the APAC region. Hear examples of manufacturing organisations that suffered extortion, targeted attacks, disruption and (h)activism after implementing Industry 4.0 processes. Receive industry best practices to address these potential weaknesses.

Learning Objectives:
1: Identify the attack surface the presence of cyber-physical systems in manufacturing processes offers.
2: Distinguish cyberthreat myths and realities through case studies of industry 4.0 cyberattacks.
3: Receive a set of industry best practices to address potential weaknesses of industry 4.0 processes.

Pre-Requisites:
Attendees must have at least five years of cybersecurity experience and understand the fundamentals of securing the Internet of Things/connected devices in today’s threat environment.

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