$250 member/$350 nonmember
According to a recent U.S. Department of Homeland Security report, the petrochemical industry has faced the highest number of complex attacks to its cyber, physical, and operational systems. Attackers do not employ on just one attack vector, however. They rely on the fact that organizations are conditioned to responding to attacks in silos of IT security, corporate (physical) security, and plant operations in fragmented measures that leave the enterprise fundamentally exposed. Learn a holistic security approach to safeguard the petrochemical industry. Explore how new applications using techniques such as big data, machine learning, and predictive risk analytics can correlate cybersecurity with physical access, track insider activity, and aggregate cybersecurity information from security automation tools.
Sponsored by ASIS Petrochemical, Chemical and Extractives Industry Security Council
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