Cyber Senate Podcast

Industry 4.0: Cyber Securing Legacy Systems across the Business

August 04, 2019 James Nesbitt
Cyber Senate Podcast
Industry 4.0: Cyber Securing Legacy Systems across the Business
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Cyber Senate Podcast
Industry 4.0: Cyber Securing Legacy Systems across the Business
Aug 04, 2019
James Nesbitt

Podcast: Cyber Senate Podcast
Episode: Industry 4.0: Cyber Securing Legacy Systems across the Business
Episode pub date: 2019-08-01

Cyber Senate discusses Industry 4.0: Cyber Securing Legacy Systems across the Business with Andrew Kling, Director Cybersecurity and Software Practices, Schneider Electric. Andrew has been one of our guest speakers on our Industrial Control Cybersecurity USA conference for several years and brings a wealth of information to our community of subject matter experts. 
In this podcast, Cyber Senate and Andrew Kling dive deeper into the new ISA Global Strategic Alliance and what the means for the industry, supply chain and IoT cybersecurity, the transfer of risk across global businesses and how our perception and culture are changing to mitigate evolving cyber threats. 





The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from James Nesbitt, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

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Podcast: Cyber Senate Podcast
Episode: Industry 4.0: Cyber Securing Legacy Systems across the Business
Episode pub date: 2019-08-01

Cyber Senate discusses Industry 4.0: Cyber Securing Legacy Systems across the Business with Andrew Kling, Director Cybersecurity and Software Practices, Schneider Electric. Andrew has been one of our guest speakers on our Industrial Control Cybersecurity USA conference for several years and brings a wealth of information to our community of subject matter experts. 
In this podcast, Cyber Senate and Andrew Kling dive deeper into the new ISA Global Strategic Alliance and what the means for the industry, supply chain and IoT cybersecurity, the transfer of risk across global businesses and how our perception and culture are changing to mitigate evolving cyber threats. 





The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from James Nesbitt, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.