There is an elephant within industrial infrastructure control rooms. Much of
the equipment in use within many of the U.S. critical infrastructure sectors is
at risk of aging out while still in production use. This means industrial
systems and production equipment across a number of industries are in drastic
need of replacement or upgrade. Further, there are many legacy and "soft
targets" at risk from cyber threats within water utilities/wastewater
Please join us for "The Elephant in the Control Room" webinar with Pavol Segedy, PE, 2016-2017 General Symposium Chair, Water/Wastewater Industry Division Director-Elect, and Lead Automation Engineer with HDR, Inc. as we review this critical infrastructure sector's current status and trends.
- Discover top concerns for aging infrastructure
- Learn current state and trends in new construction and retrofit projects
- Understand top cyber security attacks targeting water
- Review reference architectures and a customer use case
Pavol Segedy has been a member of the International Society of Automation (ISA) Water/Wastewater Division since joining in 2007 and currently serves as the ISA Tarheel Capital Area section treasurer and the 2016 & 2017 General Symposium Chair for Water/Wastewater Industry Division.
Segedy is the Lead Automation Engineer at HDR, Inc. in Raleigh, NC and leads their Process Automation Group. He is involved with the design, specification and startup of plant instrumentation including Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programming, SCADA development and on-site construction support and inspections. Segedy has a M.Sc. degree in Automation and Controls Systems.
With experience in product management and marketing in cyber security for
more than 20 years, Katherine Brocklehurst is currently the Director of
Industrial Cybersecurity Marketing at Belden. She's touched every layer in the
ISO model through work with security technologies ranging from protocols,
encryption, intrusion detection/prevention