Protecting what is important to us: Cybersecurity for smart infrastructures

Cybersecurity at Siemens

Nothing and no one is safe from their attacks: industry, administration and critical infrastructures worldwide are increasingly under attack from hackers. In a series of four webcasts, Siemens experts will talk about the risks posed by such intruders and the strategies that can be used to repel them. Here you will find part 2 - and thus exciting panels that show how Siemens SI protects critical infrastructures such as hospitals against attacks from the net.

Office buildings, hospitals, data centers and power grids are increasingly becoming digital and connected. In the process, they also become increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks like the ransomware incidents we recently experienced. In four installments, cybersecurity experts from Siemens SI will talk about the tactics we can employ to protect critical infrastructures and, thus, the foundation of our lives.

The inside track: Addressing our customers' concerns

Customers are facing more cyber attacks then before and need guidance to protect their systems and devices. Serge Müller and Heath Straight listened to its customers' needs and can explain, why and how to start the cybersecurity journey.

We make Smart Buildings safe and secure

As buildings become more connected, they become increasingly tempting targets for hackers. Alina Matyukhina will talk about how Siemens provides long-term protection to buildings.Cybersecurity boils down to something more than technically ingenious lines of defense. Cybersecurity is created by teams that are dedicated to one goal: protecting companies and society. Natalia Oropeza, the Chief Cybersecurity Officer at Siemens, will explain the motivations behind her work.

Cybersecurity against blackouts

The digitization of the power grids not only makes our power supply more efficient and reliable, it also brings security risks with it. Günter Böhm and Chaitanya Bisale from Siemens Smart Infrastructure explain how power grid operators can protect themselves.

Securing hospitals: Where people are most vulnerable

Hospitals are places of life and death. Cybersecurity requirements are particularly stringent here for this very reason. Siemens SI experts Maksim Mirkovic and Thomas Mosel know how healthcare centers can protect themselves.