Increased reliance on Operational Technology (OT) has become a hallmark of multiple industry verticals, from healthcare to manufacturing, energy and critical infrastructure. The sheer number of connected devices in these domains is expected to nearly double within the next four years, reaching almost 14 billion by 2024 according to 451 Research. This means substantially increased exposure to cyber risks – and increased opportunity for the attacker on every level from the individual operational system to geopolitical and national security concerns. What does this increased opportunity look like – and where can we expect adversaries to focus?
Join 451 Research VP of Information Security Scott Crawford and Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Technology at Darktrace, in this webinar that explores the development of OT cyber-threats and calls out trends to help build awareness of potential attack scenarios. Special focus is given to the emergence of AI and machine learning techniques, which have revolutionized cyber defense, and will become even more critical as we look into a near future where machine learning is also used by attackers._1590832180562