Webinar: How to prepare your renewable energy assets for the new cybersecurity threats
29 October at 17:00 CET (Check your local time)
A recent INTERPOL assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on cybercrime has shown a significant target shift from individuals and small businesses to major corporations, governments and critical infrastructure. What is more, cybercriminals are developing and boosting their attacks at an alarming pace, exploiting the fear and uncertainty caused by the unstable social and economic situation. The increased online dependency for people around the world, is also creating new opportunities.
- See how threats to critical infrastructure have evolved from the classical viruses to advanced persistent threats and how to adjust renewable energy assets to adapt to the ongoing changes
- Learn how technological infrastructures need to be deployed to allow us to operate as usual, including the normal communication between its elements, but being secure enough to keep cybercriminals away.
- Consider how it is possible to implement surveillance models that can’t be implemented in classical IT environments and how patterns and predictive behaviour, joined to events correlators will enable you to create bastions in places which some years ago would have been unimaginable