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ONG-ISAC ONG-ISAC & Palo Alto ICS Hands-on Workshop

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June 18, 2024 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

ONG-ISAC & Palo Alto ICS Hands-on Workshop

Title: Industrial Cybersecurity Hands-on Workshop

Abstract:

To stay ahead of today’s sophisticated cyber threats, you need to be able to know and assess your OT threat surface with accurate asset visibility across all connected cyber-physical systems. Join Palo Alto Networks for an interactive hands-on workshop and learn how you can achieve comprehensive Zero Trust security for OT devices and networks. Sign up for this live virtual event and get tools you can use to:

  • Enable accurate segmentation and least-privilege access control
  • Implement trust monitoring with 24/7 risk assessment
  • Simplify operations with continuous security inspection

Requirements: Laptop with a modern internet browser supporting HTML5 (e.g. Chrome, Firefox) and a broadband internet connection.

Instructors:

Fazil Osman, Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer, OT Security

Fazil Osman is a seasoned technology leader with a strong background in strategy, systems architecture, and product management. With extensive experience in the technology industry, including key roles at Microsoft, VMware, and Cisco Systems, Fazil has specialized in early IoT deployments and critical infrastructure, particularly in the Oil & Gas sector. He's recognized for his expertise in driving innovation and implementing IoT solutions and standards in this domain. Fazil is also an active member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and contributed to the data track for downhole fiber optic sensing.

 

Del Rodillas, Sr. Director of Product, Industrial Cybersecurity

As Senior Director of Product Management for Industrial Cybersecurity at Palo Alto Networks, he is part of the team defining the roadmap and ensuring product excellence for their OT Security portfolio. Del is an industry veteran with over 27 years of experience in Cybersecurity and Technology. He has been certified to the GICSP standard and holds an MBA from the Wharton School and an MS in Electrical Engineering from Santa Clara University.