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In this 60-minute webinar, experts Carter Groome and Tony Bailey share the top five things that First Health Advisory and Nuvolo have learned so you can implement an effective OT security program.
If a security exploit impacts your operational technology (OT) such as medical devices or healthcare facilities systems, you need to quickly dispatch the right person with the right remediation steps. But approaches such as only using an OT discovery and monitoring tool lack the maturity needed for OT security.
The presenters will cover why detailed context such as maintenance history, device owner’s name, and what the device is used for are critical. Then, they will share how this context, integrated with security monitoring tools, plus a system of action are the only effective way to respond and mitigate security events.