Webinar: Cybersecurity in 2019 – March 21st at 2pmET/11amPT

February 27, 2019

Grantek will be hosting a Cybersecurity Webinar on Thursday, March 21st at 2pmET/11amPT. Cybersecurity in 2019: Missed Opportunities will be your chance to hear directly from Chris Hamilton, Grantek’s Director, IT/OT and Cybersecurity.

This webinar is the next installment of thought leadership in Cybersecurity. This webinar will cover the latest trends in Cybersecurity, providing you with tangible insight and information to protect your operations. A mock project example showing initial scope, and highlighting missed opportunities with example costs of implementation post project will also be reviewed.

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Date: Thursday, March 21, 2019
Time: 2pmET/11amPT
Duration: 45 minutes

Takeaways will include:

  • Missed Opportunity 1: When performing a network upgrade
  • Missed Opportunity 2: Promoting cybersecurity awareness and good cyber-citizenship within other automation and controls projects
  • Missed Opportunity 3: Including cybersecurity as a key tenant of your yearly planning activities
  • Missed Opportunity 4: Proactively pursuing “secure by design” principals and promoting a security culture across departments

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About the Presenter: Chris Hamilton, Director of IT/OT and Cybersecurity at Grantek, started his professional career in web design, databases, and server management with a focus in security at every level, but grew up around process flow and P&IDs in Biochemical Pharmaceuticals. In his roles at Grantek he has worked as a controls engineer, a systems engineer and an IT/OT consultant to bridge the gap between IT and Controls teams in order to help clients realize more efficient operations, leverage or implement standardized systems and most importantly understand the line between IT and OT and how it can and will shift with emerging technology and industry changes. He specifically focuses on the OT side today providing network assessments and road mapping a migration plan for a client’s legacy or inefficient hardware as part of a client provided, or jointly developed OSA (Manufacturing Operations Systems Architecture).