03/20 14:00-14:30 TICC 3F Plenary Hall
In critical infrastructure industries, like nuclear and electric power where security is absolutely critical, it is important to develop a secure data workflow for isolated networks. This presentation will classify commonalities with setting up an optimized secure data workflow and explain how to best select policy and technical framework elements to achieve maximum security and productivity.
In this talk we will address recent cybersecurity breaches, the changing technological landscape of Advanced Threat Prevention, Reputation Analysis, Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR), and Data Loss Protection (DLP) as they relate to an abstract framework for understanding secure data workflows. Care will be spent to address policy concerns such as Access Controls, Logging and Auditing, Outbreak Prevention, and Encryption at Rest.
Finally, we will expand our understanding of secure data workflows in terms of the most common communications architectures used to protect critical data: Networked (Bi-Directional), Air-Gapped, and Networked using a Data Diode (One-Way). We will then look at how specific industries like nuclear and electric power, water, manufacturing, and defense apply aspects of secure data workflows within the greater context of our theoretical framework.
Benny Czarny is the founder and CEO of OPSWAT, a cybersecurity products firm with 1,000+ customers, 150 employees, and 7 offices worldwide. Benny has 20+ years’ experience envisioning, building, marketing, selling, and supporting cybersecurity products. Benny earned a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the Technion-Machon Technologi Le' Israel.