Join WaterISAC’s Water Sector Cyber Threat Briefing on January 22 for a review of last year’s biggest cybersecurity stories and the top predictions and prognostications for 2020. Over the past few months, numerous companies have published year-in-review type reports, highlighting the most significant incidents; malware; tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs); and defensive measures and strategies from the year. Many of these reports conclude with the companies’ assessments of the cyber threat environment going forward, providing potentially invaluable forewarning about malicious activities that may soon be directed against individuals and organizations.
This briefing’s featured speaker is WaterISAC Cybersecurity Risk Analyst Jennifer Lyn Walker, who will offer a curated review of reports and findings most relevant to members of the water and wastewater sector. She and WaterISAC Lead Analyst Chuck Egli will also discuss the current situation regarding the potential for malicious cyber activity emanating from Iran. They will provide information on Iranian threat actors’ TTPs and goals and point to best practices and other measures for defending against and mitigating the effects of potential attacks.
Open only to WaterISAC members.
Register any time. No need to cancel if you can’t attend.