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Thought Leadership

Restart, Rethink, Rebuild - Cyber Security Threats to Critical Infrastructure and Industrial Operations

 
October 21, 2021
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CT
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Data Privacy & Cybersecurity
 
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When a cyberattack shut down a cross-country gas pipeline last spring, the interdependence and risks between public infrastructure and technology were laid bare. Cyberattacks are no longer limited to just certain industries—they impact infrastructure project management and delivery service, creating a risk in need of strategic defense. Ransomware attacks, credential harvesting, wire fraud, phishing schemes and network infiltration are ubiquitous. Implementing an effective cybersecurity program requires a multifaceted approach involving both technical and legal expertise.

Topics

  • How to manage the heightened exposure to cyber risks in the infrastructure space
  • Evolution of Operational Technology (OT) and critical infrastructure risks
  • Remote access and IoT as an accelerator to cyber risks
  • Legal consequences of a breach and how to mitigate the risk through contracts and insurance
  • Best practices and what other companies are doing to mitigate risk

Panelists
James Cook, COO, Velta Technology
David Stauss, Partner, Husch Blackwell LLP
Paul Torres, Director, KPMG US

Moderator
Charles G. Renner, Partner, Husch Blackwell LLP

Who Should Attend
Owners, C-level, VP, HR, business development, finance, operations and project manager team members of construction companies and engineering firms; public/municipal employees involved in economic development; and financial advisors to municipalities and other political subdivisions.

Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for Illinois, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska continuing legal education credit.​​​​

Questions? Contact Emily Shaw at 414.978.5785.

Professionals:

David M. Stauss

Partner
 

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