Webinar: Industrial Cyber Security

Webinar: Industrial Cyber Security

The word innovation is usually tied to technology; however cyber attackers are constantly innovating their methods. This can often lead to increased exposure in your cybersecurity strategy before it ever has the chance to be fully implemented.

Threat modeling is like a game of chess. Anticipating your opponent’s moves prepares your enterprise for the inevitable attacks and maximizes ROI on your cybersecurity spend.

Key take-a-ways:

  • Anatomy of current attacks.
  • A look into the future on how attacks could look.
  • The importance of having a fluid cyber-security road map.
  • Assessing risk based on threats.

Derek Bourland

Derek Bourland

Senior Project Manager – Cybersecurity
Nexus Controls, a Baker Hughes business

With 10+ years of experience in IT, IoT, and IIoT security leadership most recently as Senior Product Manager for Baker Hughes, Derek is recognized as a thought leader for the IT/OT convergence and Industrial 4.0. He has spearheaded innovative programs to assist OT environments securely realize the benefits of Digital Transformation that have consistently improved overall performance. Derek is responsible security consulting, partner selection, and cybersecurity roadmaps for Nexus Controls, a Baker Hughes business.

Aaron Shaha

Aaron Shaha

Technical Director to the EVP of Operations
R9B

Aaron Shaha is responsible for network defense operations and data science capabilities for R9B’s customers, including Fortune 500 and government organizations. He has over 20 years of experience working in physical and network security within the U.S. Department of Defense.

Prior to joining R9B, Mr. Shaha served as technical director in the National Security Agency NSA/CSS Threat Operations Center (NTOC) where he led a team of advanced cyber analysts responsible for finding the most advanced cyber actors and malicious tools in network traffic. He has also worked on supporting real-time cyber military integration operations and architecting a near real-time Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) system.

Mr. Shaha holds a master’s degree in security engineering from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.