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Webinar: 4 easy steps for increased cybersecurity

Webinar covering 4 easy steps for increased industrial cybersecurity.

February 27th at 1:00 PM (CST) | Tech skill level: Intermediate | Duration: ~40 min 

The threat of a sophisticated cyber-attack on mission critical infrastructure networks is increasing all the time. Whether you have come a long way or if you are taking your first steps to secure your assets, Westermo wants to help you with protecting your critical systems. Join our short webinar on Thursday February 27th covering 4 easy steps for increased cybersecurity. 

Don't miss out on this opportunity to be proactive when it comes to defending your networks against potential cyber threats, register today!

You will learn

  • How to defend against threats at the network edge
  • Security in today’s environment 
  • How to build your security posture in 4 easy steps

We will mix practical applications with theory, concrete examples and advice. Take this opportunity to learn cybersecurity best practices from Westermo's team of experts. Save your spot by registering today!

The session is hosted by Dakota Diehl and Benjamin Campbell, Technical Lead Engineers at Westermo and experts in their field.

Complete the form to join the webinar "4 easy steps for increased cybersecurity" on Thursday, February 27th at 1:00 PM (CST).
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Jennifer Mooney-Perrotta

Customer service, Westermo North America

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