industrial networks are transitioning towards communication architectures where
This breaks a
fundamental concept that has been in place for a long time in automation
networks: the compartmentalization
This, however, does not mean that modern IIoT networks are less secure. It is just a matter of applying the correct best practices and fitting technology to provide the cybersecurity that is essential for modern industrial networks that span from the sensors to the cloud.
This webinar will provide an overview of the transformation that is currently happening in automation networks, how TSN fits into this and how modern automation networks can be secured with proven technologies and best practices.
- Understand the ongoing transition towards modern IIoT network infrastructures
- Learn how modern automation networks with TSN are structured and about the challenges this poses to cybersecurity
- Find out how these challenges are addressed and how existing technology and best practices can be used to ensure sustainable cybersecurity, now and in the future
Oliver Kleineberg joined Belden in 2007 and he is responsible for Advance Development within Belden's Network Solutions Core Networking platform. Oliver has been working with numerous standardization bodies, including the IEC and IEEE 802 groups. He has made significant contributions to fault-tolerant and real-time industrial communication specifications, including the ongoing TSN standardization efforts in IEEE 802.1 and IEEE 802.3. Oliver graduated from the Esslingen University of Applied Sciences in Computer Engineering and holds a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from the University of Limerick. His Ph.D. thesis focused on developing fault-tolerance concepts for time-sensitive Ethernet networks
René Hummen joined Belden in 2015, where he is working as Senior Architect at the Technology and Innovation department of the Network Solutions platform. With his work, René plays a crucial role in shaping the future of Industrial Ethernet and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). He identifies and analyzes future technology trends, contributes to standardization, and performs research projects in the field of industrial communication. His passions include Time Sensitive Networking (TSN), Software-Defined Networking (SDN), and Cyber Security. René graduated from RWTH Aachen University and holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from RWTH. In his Ph.D. thesis, René investigated lightweight IoT network security solutions.