During an April 2020 cyberattack on Israel’s water infrastructure, Iranian hackers tried to increase chlorine levels in the water flowing to residential areas. Hundreds of people would have been at risk of getting sick had the attack succeeded.
This webinar will present two case studies from Israel on technological solutions that were deployed to mitigate threats to its water infrastructure. One case study focuses on how “smart water” and cyber solutions can be deployed concurrently to build cybersecurity into digital deployments. The second case study looks at how the Israel Water Authority deployed a technology that uses unhackable electrical signals of the water treatment process, and by leveraging advanced AI engines and machine learning, can detect initial evolutions of anomalies in the process behavior and send out alerts.
Danny Lacker, Head of the Water Security and Emergency Division, Israel Water Authority
Danny Lacker is responsible for the cyber and physical security department at the water authority.
Lior Frenkel, Founder and CEO, Waterfall Security
Lior Frenkel has 25 years of experience in executive management, cybersecurity and hardware and software research and product development. he holds multiple IT and OT patents and frequently contributes to regulatory steering committees, governmental forums, public hearings, and closed-door briefings.
Amir Samoiloff, CEO, SIGA OT Solutions
Amir is the founder and CEO of SIGA OT Solutions and one of Israel’s foremost experts on ICS-OT.
Who Can Attend:
Open to anyone.