Webinar: 3 Simple Methods for Improving OT Network Perimeter Defense

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You won’t want to miss Moxa’s latest webinar: 3 Simple Methods for Improving OT Network Perimeter Defense!

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Is your OT network designed to defend against the rising number of OT cybersecurity attacks? If you’re like most of our customers, it’s a difficult challenge to simultaneously protect against an increasing amount of cybersecurity threats while trying to maintain maximum up time. In this 20-minute webinar, Moxa will share 3 common best practices for strengthening your OT network’s perimeter defense and discuss how to improve your perimeter defenses with an easy deployment that will assist in the prevention, containment and recovery of an attack.
When:  September 22, 2021
Time:  11:00 am PDT
Topics Covered:
1. How to extend your perimeter defenses to protect and prevent data breaches across public networks (VPN).
2. Best practices for helping to contain outbreaks when they do occur (and they will….transparent firewall).
3. Steps you can take now to reduce downtime and accelerate the recovery from a cybersecurity attack (NAT).

 

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