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Tuesday, October 29 • 14:15 - 14:45
Securing Converging IT/OT Environments with Integrated Real-Time Detection and Protection

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The convergence of IT and OT environments requires security solutions that can scale and accommodate the complex interactions between IT and physical processes within these environments. Fortinet and Nozomi Networks are collaborating to provide an innovative security solution designed to support the full range of industrial installations bringing seamless protection to critical infrastructures worldwide. The integration of Nozomi Networks’ non-intrusive anomaly detection with Fortinet's in-line enforcement and network segmentation capabilities enhances visibility and security beyond what each product could do on its own. Industrial customers will benefit from the combination of Fortinet’s extensive cybersecurity infrastructure expertise and Nozomi Networks’ deep understanding of OT networks, protocols and device behaviour. Together, Nozomi Networks and Fortinet will help industrial customers better protect their critical assets from both cybercriminals and employees that unintentionally leave OT systems vulnerable.

Speakers
avatar for Dino Boris Dougoud

Dino Boris Dougoud

Systems Engineer, Fortinet
Boris has been working within the IT industry for the last 25 years. It all started with DOOM Ultimate on a 386DX-40, battling at making room on a 40MB hard drive. Making sure the home landline was busy every night in order to get on those BBS systems with a 14400 USB Robotics FAX/Modem.This... Read More →
avatar for Antoine d'Haussy

Antoine d'Haussy

BD Director EMEA for OT, Fortinet
Antoine just joined Fortinet as BD Director to lead the OT strategy and revenue growth in EMEA.With 20 years’ experience in product management, sales and marketing, Antoine mostly worked for industrial clients together with General Electric, ALSTOM, and ALTRAN.In his last product... Read More →


Tuesday October 29, 2019 14:15 - 14:45

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