Continuous Professional Development

Industrial (OT) cyber security

Course Summary

Embracing the use of data within manufacturing can bring about many business benefits but it also increases cyber security risks. This session is a practical exploration of industrial cyber security, examining threats that arise with Industry 4.0 and sharing methods of preventing and dealing with attacks in the manufacturing sphere.

Attendees will gain an understanding of cyber security threats and the vectors of attack. They will learn about the scale and scope of the problem that cyber security presents and will develop a basic knowledge of cyber-attack prevention and mitigation to help organisations reduce cyber security breaches.

Please note this course has limited spaces available. Should you be unable to attend, please cancel your booking via Eventbrite to allow us to re-allocate your place.

Failure to cancel and or attend, may result in you being removed from any future courses. 

  • Introduction to industry 4.0
  • Cyber Security Background
  • Industrial Cybersecurity Overview
  • Components of Industrial Cybersecurity

By the end of this course, you will:

  • Understand the key differences between IT and OT Cyber Security
  • Understand the risks and threats to manufacturing and supply systems
  • Know how to develop a layered cyber security strategy
  • Understand your own responsibilities for minimising cyber risks

This course is suited to those working at technician up to a senior management level. 

DTG is a Digital Transformation company, delivering technology and solutions that enable clients to embrace the operational, cultural and financial benefits of digitalisation with automated technologies.

DTG deliver a unique combination of technical, knowledge, practical experience, vendor relationships, proprietary technology & tools and delivery mechanism that supports clients from initial concept & business planning through to implementation and life-cycle management .

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Dates & Venues

Date14 April 2021
LocationOnline learning
Duration13.00 - 17.00

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