Webinar: ‘Leveraging Open Source Information for Stronger Security’

We’re partnering with EnergySec to host a webinar exploring the value of OSINT, and how it can help ensure the security of critical infrastructure. If it sounds like something that could be useful to you or your organisation you can register here.

The webinar takes place on October 5 at 10:00 PT – 11:00 PT.

puzzles and compass on a binary codeWebinar description
We no longer live in a world where accessing data is a major issue, conversely the opposite is now true. For most organisations, learning how to utilise information effectively and efficiently is a far greater challenge. The quantity, and quality, of information freely available via open source means is staggering. Developing an integrated and focused strategy to monitor, assess and disseminate that information is critical for all businesses and enterprises wishing to be secure in the 21st century.

Monitoring a multitude of different open sources to ensure the security of critical infrastructure can be a daunting task, but not one that organizations can afford to ignore. The technical nature of cyber threats, their attack vectors and constant evolution, means that up-to-date knowledge and situational awareness is absolutely vital when seeking to keep systems secure.

Silobreaker and EnergySec invite you to come listen and learn from the panel on:
The importance and significance of OSINT in remaining agile and proactive
Tips to assist with staying prepared in the face of new and emerging threats
Scenario-based exercises using a market-leading OSINT tool

| Register for Silobreaker’s webinar |


About EnergySec
The Energy Sector Security Consortium, Inc. (EnergySec) is a United States 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation formed to support energy sector organisations with the security of their critical technology infrastructures. Through their membership program, they support collaborative initiatives and projects that help enhance the cyber security resiliency of these organisations.

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