Bringing Zero Trust to Industrial IOT
Traditional security offers a castle-and-moat or perimeter approach to assess whether connections are trustworthy and should be given access, but the current industrial control systems (ICS) ecosystem requires a different approach. Zero Trust reminds us that the information security perimeter never really existed. The pace of attacks, and ubiquity of IIoT is forcing us to improve our cyber-resilience quickly. This talk addresses how to bring Zero Trust to the ICS world: the benefits, the challenges, architectural constraints, planning and sizing the effort, success criteria, and future evolution. We will present a model for Zero Trust success, revealing how to integrate it with cybersecurity policies and procedures, set new requirements for vendors, align reporting and metrics, and properly use MSPs for ongoing trustworthiness.
VP of Infrastructure Strategies at Trend Micro
William Malik is VP of Infrastructure Strategies at Trend Micro. As a founder of Gartner’s Information Security Strategies service in the mid-1990s, Bill has deep expertise in information security matters. He has spoken internationally on information security, identity management, privacy, business continuity, and enterprise architecture. During his IBM career he guided the mainframe operating system zOS (then MVS) through the process leading to a NIST/NSA B1-level security rating. He taught a graduate class on Information Security Policy at Georgia Tech and authored the chapter “Information Security Policy in the US National Context” for the text “Information Security: Policy, Processes, and Practices,” Detmar Straub, et al., editors. M. E. Sharpe, 2008.
Government, Enterprise, OEM
Industrial Control System, IOT, cybersecurity,
VP / Director, Middle Management, Technical, Operations
Industrials, Government / Public Sector
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