Can physical damage be caused by a cyber-attack?
In this webinar, Tiago Dias talks about the expanding and evolving threat of cyber-attack and how this evolving threat is causing risk losses within industrial settings.
Can a cyber-attack cause physical damage?
- Cyber threats in the headlines:
- Polish teen remotely derails trains
- Ukrainian power grid sabotage
- German steel plant meltdown
- Oil pipeline leak detection systems compromised
- Cyber-attack on a steel maker in Iran spewing molten steel and fire (Jun 2022)
- Identifying vulnerabilities in systems used to design materials and buildings:
- Energy consumption
- Security cameras/motion detectors
- Revoked privileges for the building
- Fire-monitoring and suppression systems
- Lift access controls (suppression/overridden)
- Manufacturing environments
- Evolving Risk
- Physical inherent risks due to technology
- Physical damage at a premium
- Risks, losses, and aggregation
- Kinetic Cyber and Killware
- Large scale cyber-attacks that have caused physical damage
- Identifying vulnerabilities in systems used to design materials and buildings
- Evolving risks
As a Cyber Consultant, Tiago Dias supports FM Global’s clients to provide additional insight into their cyber vulnerabilities and discuss solutions to fortify their resilience to cyber-attacks.
Tiago Dias brings more than 20 years of experience helping clients manage their cybersecurity and business risks. Before joining FM Global, Tiago Dias was a compliance manager at the European Commission in charge of IT Security and Business Continuity. He holds a MSc in Information Security from Royal Holloway, University of London. He is a Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM), Certified Trainer, Lead Implementer and Lead Auditor for ISO 27001 and Certified Trainer and Lead Implementer for ISO 22301.
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