Veridify will be exhibiting and demonstrating a live demo of Zero Trust security for OT/ICS. More than just monitoring, Veridify’s DOME platform stops cyber attacks in real-time on industrial automation controls.
About the Event
Attend to learn why the integration of IoT and AI is gaining significant attention as an emerging means to digitize manufacturing industries and drive sustainability in the context of Industry 4.0.
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Meet with Veridify Security at AHR Expo 2024 (Both S6174) to meet with cybersecurity experts and discuss how to secure building automation systems and OT networks.
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Veridify will be exhibiting DOME to show how it can provide cybersecurity to building controls and OT devices. DOME supports any industrial IP protocol, including BACnet/IP, and can secure every device in your building including BACnet MS/TP devices.
Event Description:Hack the Building 2.0 Hospital Edition and the National Cybersecurity Education Colloquium (NCEC) are two concurrent cybersecurity events by MISI & DreamPort & The National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity (NCAE-C) program. These events will converge brilliance from the cybersecurity sphere across dual domains.
Veridify Participation: Veridify will be exhibiting DOME real-time cybersecurity for building systems and automation controls. DOME is the only solution that STOPS cyberattacks, unlike other solutions that just identify potential issues.
Additional Info:The Hack the Building 2.0 event will be held at the DreamPort Facility in Columbia, MD and features a competition with twelve NCAE-C teams competing and a series of cybersecurity presentations and cybersecurity exercises for students and professionals. We want to empower cyber war fighters to defend the healthcare system which is one of our most critical infrastructures.
Veridify Security will exhibit at the co-located Realcomm | IBCon 2023 event planned for June 14-15, 2023 in Las Vegas, NV. Our exhibit (booth 943) in the Cybersecurity Pavilion will feature a demonstration of our DOME platform for cybersecurity to the edge for building controls, building automation systems, and smart buildings. To set up a meeting with our team at the event, click here.
Realcomm is the premier industry event focused on automated business solutions and state-of-the-art enterprise technologies for the commercial and corporate real estate industry. IBcon is recognized as the world’s leading event on the next generation of smart, connected, high-performance, net-zero, sustainable, intelligent buildings.
Veridify will be exhibiting DOME to show how it can provide cybersecurity to building controls and OT devices. DOME supports any industrial IP protocol, including BACnet/IP, and can secure every device in your building.
Operational technology (OT), buildings, and critical infrastructure are becoming smarter and more efficient with connected systems, controls, sensors, and more. With connected OT and IT systems, cybersecurity risks increase as vulnerabilities become more widely exposed. Cyberattacks bring financial, operational, and intellectual property risks, and studies show cybercrime could cost $5.2 trillion worldwide within the next five years. In this webinar, representatives from Advantech and Veridify Security will discuss:
• The evolving cyber threat landscape
• Security implications of OT/IT convergence
• Elements of a Zero Trust security framework
• Real-time protection, device-level cybersecurity with Intel-based DOME™
The systems and technology that operate Smart Buildings are increasingly subject to cyber attacks. Solutions for Smart Building cyber defense have focused on monitoring, visibility, and containment during or after an attack, but not real-time protection to prevent an attack. Therefore, cyber attack risk exposure remains for operational disruption and financial liability, while threatening the safety of occupants and a building’s reputation. New low-cost, real-time security solutions are emerging for building automation and Operational Technology (OT) systems, including methods for addressing existing installations. This presentation will highlight how real-time cybersecurity is different from monitoring, key aspects of creating and implementing a secure environment, and how real-time security can be added to existing systems.