The Biden Administration’s March National Cybersecurity Strategy put special emphasis on critical infrastructure due to the outsize potential for disruption, damage, and even death that can result from cyber-attacks on OT assets. But upgrading systems to achieve greater cyber-resiliency comes at a cost – the downtime and instability due to an upgrade, consequently degrades the effectiveness and availability of the asset just like the cyber-attacks they are intended to prevent.
In this webinar, we will help to simplify the basic Zero Trust requirement into an actionable problem statement, provide a framework for planning Zero Trust adoption, and review ways to protect OT applications in brownfield infrastructure.
Attendees will learn:
- Why Zero Trust security is important for Critical Infrastructure
- How to communicate the value of Zero Trust in OT to key business decision makers
- A simple and scalable methodology for analyzing and planning Zero Trust protection Tools to implement Zero Trust controls in OT brownfields and converged IT/OT environments
- How Zero Trust adoption can enable future application and infrastructure agility