Remote connectivity – how to achieve information resilience?
Series of five episodes discussing information resilience; cloud resilience; Industry 4.0 and data protection in today’s increasingly distributed world
Five episodes series discussing information resilience; cloud resilience; Industry 4.0 and data protection
How to achieve information resilience?
Information resilience empowers organizations to safeguard its information. In this podcast series our panel of experts will address the different challenges around remote work and cloud security.
Throughout this series, we will be discussing a range of topics to help your organization improve its information resilience in an increasingly distributed working world.
Across five episodes, our experts will provide their insights on how to build resilience in the cloud, ensure compliance to requirements, manage your data in a resilient way and protect your organization.
Discover all episodes:
- Episode 1: Resilience in the cloud
- Episode 2: Evolutions in cloud-delivered defence
- Episode 3: Enabling industry 4.0 and digital transformation by bridging IoT security gaps
- Episode 4: Information resilience and business continuity
- Episode 5: Automotive Cybersecurity
Episode 1: Resilience in the cloud
Presenters: Nigel Hawthorn and Michael Green
Episode 2: Evolutions in cloud-delivered defence
Presenters: Michael Green and Thomas Quinlan
Episode 3: Enabling industry 4.0 and digital trnsformation by bridging the IoT security gaps
In this episode we will explore the issue of IoT security across the asset lifecycle and the risks associated with exposed networks. Have a look at accountability from planning and manufacture, to installation and disposal. And, explain how to ensure a robust system, manage business and technology cyber risks and achieve sustainable resilience in IoT.
Presenters: Mark Brown, David Mudd and Isabel Forkin
Episode 4: Information resilience and business continuity
In this episode our experts will discuss Information and data resilience focusing on the issue of cloud shared responsibility in SaaS, IaaS and PaaS models and how public cloud providers default settings address business requirements or not. This discussion will also cover business continuity, regulatory requirements and specific threats being seen in 2021
Presenters: Stephen Bowes and Mike Pitman
Episode 5: Automotive cybersecurity
In this episode, our experts will discuss the rise of connected automotive and the latest challenges faced by the industry in terms of cybersecurity. They will also address the latest ISO automotive cybersecurity (ISO/SAE 21434) and how automakers are working towards improving their vehicles to prevent cyber attacks.
Presenters: Kristin Demoranville and Yonatan Appel