A cyber incident in an industrial control system can have serious consequences, and all security technologies have limitations. This means we can always be more secure, or less.
We could force-fit cyber risks into more conventional models by “making up” numbers for the probability of serious incidents, but “made up” numbers yield poor business decisions.
How then, should we evaluate security funding requests for industrial sites? How do we know how much is enough?
Join us for this webcast on May 18th to explore using attack scenarios to communicate risks, consequences, and costs to business decision-makers.