Web Seminar: Wireless Security for Water/Wastewater Networks
The last day to register online was 9 October 2013.
Web Seminar: Wireless Security for Water/Waste Water Networks
Thursday, 10 October 2013
Recent hacking and cyber-attacks into water/wastewater wireless systems have raised the importance of wireless security to a new high. Learn why water/wastewater systems are at particular risk, security issues within an Industrial Wireless Network, and the ways in which these networks can be designed to be more reliable while being more secure.
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Reserve your seat now, and you’ll receive complimentary white papers: “Wireless Security for Water/Waste Water Networks” and “Network Management of Critical Wireless Systems.”
Applications Engineer, Wireless
Brian brings more than 20 years of experience in automation. He is an applications engineer with Eaton’s Wireless Business Unit, helping users design, commission and troubleshoot wireless systems. He has been with OMNEX Control Systems, (Cooper Bussmann, acquired by Eaton in 2012) for 13 years and has held a variety of positions, including product manager, distribution manager and SCADA channel manager. He assists customers world-wide for the ELPRO industrial wireless and OMNEX mobile machine control brand products. He is a frequent speaker on wireless reliability, implementation and industrial applications.
Brian is a graduate of BCIT, Electronics Technology, Specialty in Process Automation and Instrumentation.
CISM, CISSP, CAP
Bryan has over 15 years’ experience in information technology security including 7 years specializing in industrial automation and control systems security, critical infrastructure protection, and counter-terrorism. Mr. Singer’s background focuses on software development, network design, information security, and industrial security. Industry experience includes healthcare, telecommunications, water/wastewater, automotive, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, fossil and hydro power generation, and oil and gas industries. Mr. Singer has specialized in process intelligence and manufacturing disciplines such as historians, industrial networking, Power and Energy Management (PEMS), Manufacturing Enterprise Systems (MES), Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and Condition Based Monitoring (CBM). He began his professional career with the US Army as an Intelligence Analyst. After the military, Mr. Singer worked in various critical infrastructure fields in software development and systems design, including security. Mr. Singer has worked for various companies such as EnteGreat, Rockwell Automation, FluidIQs, and Wurldtech before joining Kenexis Consulting and co-founding Kenexis Security in 2008. At Kenexis, Mr. Singer is responsible for development, deployment, and management of industrial network design and security services from both a safety and system architecture perspective. He is also the co-chairman of ISA-99 Security Standard, a former board member of the Department of Homeland Security’s Process Control Systems.
Wireless Security for Water/Waste Water Networks
Times: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Note: All Web Seminar times are in Eastern Time