10 – What Can IT Learn From OT About IoT?

DW Deep Dive1 minute readMay 29th, 2020
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IoT promises to make new services possible, to automate more aspects of business, and to improve worker and factory efficiency. What lessons can Operational Technology share with Information Technology in securely deploying IoT? Chris Blask draws from his 25+ years of experience in manufacturing, combines that with his security expertise, and makes some interesting recommendations about how to securely deploy IoT. He explains how the standards developed by Operational Technology (OT) in factories and utility companies can play an important role in helping IT organizations in banks, hospitals and governments can successfully (and securely) deploy IoT devices within the enterprise. Chris shares war stories from Guyana, an oil rig in the North Atlantic, and a modern sports stadium to make his case.

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Weston Morris

Weston Morris leads the architecture for Unisys Digital Workplace Services and End User Services.​ He has more than 25 years of systems analysis, design, integration, and software development experience.

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