On 19 March 2018, TUV Rheinland invited us to an exclusive Industry 4.0 cybersecurity seminar. Entitled Cyber Risk Management for Industry 4.0, it looks at the role of cybersecurity in securing critical infrastructure and heavy industries, and paving the way for Industry 4.0.
Join us for the presentations by TUV Rheinland cybersecurity experts on how you can secure your company against the latest cyberthreats.
Industry 4.0 refers to the new industrial trend of creating “smart factories” with highly-networked manufacturing technologies.
Also referred to as the 4th Industrial Revolution, it makes use of cyber-physical systems, Internet of Things, cloud computing and cognitive computing, to automate almost every aspect of the manufacturing process.
Fun Fact : The name Industry 4.0 comes from the German “Industrie 4.0” from the high-tech strategy of the German government to promote the computerisation of manufacturing.
TUV Rheinland : Cyber Risk Management for Industry 4.0
The Cyber Risk Management for Industry 4.0 seminar is a platform for TUV Rheinland to share their insights on developing cybersecurity measures to manage operational cyber risk, be it for smart factories, smart devices or smart vehicles.
According to TUV Rheinland, the discipline of Cyber Risk Management can be effectively implemented if cybersecurity and privacy are addressed by design – both in strategy as well as operations. Let’s hear from their experts…
Operational Technology Protected
by Nigel Stanley, Chief Technology Officer of TUV Rheinland Industrial
Automotive Cyber Security
by Rajeev Sukumaran, Director of TUV Rheinland Consulting Services
Critical Infrastructure Protection – Railways & Utilities
by Tarun Gupta, Principal Consultant of TUV Rheinland Industrial Security
Privacy & Security In The IOT World
by Urmez Daver, Vice President of TUV Rheinland Consulting Services
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