- Advanced threats that are targeting manufactures today and will share manufacturing specific statistics found from our very own internal security analytics team
- What’s at risk with Industry 4.0 and IIoT
- Strategies for ensuring that your assets, networks, intellectual property and product downtime are all secure from threats
The revolution of Industry 4.0 is intended to give manufacturers greater automation, connectivity and globalization. New technologies and tools like Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, big data, cloud computing and more, are being introduced in the manufacturing space to provide greater results and streamline processes. However, with all of this change, comes with new cyber threats that are targeting manufacturers. This new digital age of Industry 4.0 is presenting new and challenging obstacles for small security teams to overcome.
During this webinar, Dan Hoban, CSO of Nuspire, a leading Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP), will discuss:
Chief Strategy Officer
Dan Hoban serves as the executive vice president and chief strategy officer (CSO) at Nuspire, a state-of-the-science Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) for some of the largest and most distinctive companies around the world. Hoban is a cybersecurity analysist dedicated to security industry research, innovation, education and advocacy.
Over the past 13 years at Nuspire, Hoban has helped some of the world’s largest enterprises design and implement cutting edge security solutions. Some of these notable customers include General Motors, Cardinal Health, Subaru of America, Volkswagen, Steelcase, Ford Motor Company, Kelly Services, ADP, Tower International, and Dunham’s Sporting Goods.
Hoban has authored and contributed to many organization/industry standards and has been featured in industry-related blogs and articles. He has also been a guest speaker at numerous national industry events. Additionally, Hoban is the President of the Twilight Benefit Foundation, a charitable organization that helps metro-Detroit children with catastrophic illnesses or disabilities.