Webinar: How to test operational environments for cyber vulnerabilities without disrupting operations

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Cyber security and penetration testing for industrial control systems

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How to perform cyber security PenTest for OT systems?

We are pleased to invite you for this cyber security webinar on penetration testing where we will discuss how we can test interconnected and complex systems without disrupting operations. Prior to testing it is important to evaluate the risks for each test activity.

Join us live: 22 May, 09:00 - 10:00 CEST
(If you are not able to attend at this time please sign up and we will send the recording).

If you are wondering how to plan and undergo a cyber security penetration test for your company, this webinar is for you.

The clear and distinct differences between IT and OT (operational technology) are gradually disappearing and just like in traditional IT-organizations, the employees and organizations need to be aware of potential cyber-risks, how to avoid them, and how to handle cyber-attacks.

How do you test interconnected and complex systems while minimizing the risk of disrupting your operations? Is it even possible to test OT in a safe manner?

Join this webinar to find out more about: 

  • Cyber security concepts:
    - Black, grey or white hat hacking
    - Phishing and social engineering
    - Zero-day vulnerabilities
    - White-box testing vs. black-box testing
  • Methods usually offered in a penetration test, and why
  • How to determine what is a matching scope for your assets
  • When to patch and update, and what to do with end-of-life legacy systems

This webinar is most relevant for: 

Senior management, management, CIO, CISO, Head of IT, Head of Operations, Technical Managers, IT Managers and more


Elisabet Haugsbø M.Sc., Senior Cybersecurity Engineer, DNV GL. Elisabet is being certified as GICSP (Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional). She has many years of experience in modelling, “hardware in the loop” testing, network stress testing and penetration testing of advanced control systems for the maritime, offshore and oil industry.

Mate J. Csorba Ph.D., Principal Cybersecurity engineer, DNV GL. Mate is a certified CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) and GXPN (Exploit Researcher and Advanced Penetration Tester). Mate works with vulnerability analysis and testing of maritime, offshore and energy IT and OT systems, employing penetration testing techniques among others.

Find out more about our cyber security penetration testing services.