Security Intelligence for Energy Control Systems
sponsored by Q1 Labs, an IBM Company

This webcast discusses some of the information security challenges utility companies face, and provides an overview of how total security intelligence solutions from Accuvant and Q1 Labs can be essential components of a comprehensive, cyber-security program as mandated by the NERC-CIP, and other utility-focused, regulatory requirements. Over the last few years, there has been an increasing awareness of the risk of cyber attacks against the critical infrastructure that enables the delivery of essential services, including electricity, oil, gas, water, and transportation. As organizations have increased their reliance on Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, the attacks specifically targeting those systems have also increased. Additionally, the number of potentially exploitable security vulnerabilities has dramatically expanded as energy and utilities organizations migrate to the Smart Grid. View now to learn about:

  • Benefits of protecting your environment from an increasing threat of cyber-terrorism and insider threats
  • Reasons for protecting legacy supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems and smart meters
  • How emerging government regulations and standards aim to better protect essential services (NERC-CIP, FERC)
  • How Q1 Labs and Accuvant can improve your IT security and risk posture
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