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Cybersecurity in the industrial sector

Securing business continuity in 4.0 industry

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Who is this webinar for?

Industrial cybersecurity

for executives from manufacturing companies in the industrial sector

Industrial cybersecurity

for production directors and managers

Industrial cybersecurity

for people who are responsible for the safety of production systems

Industrial cybersecurity

for IT managers of industrial companies and their IT departments


What will you exactly learn from our webinar?

Technological changes do not bypass the industry. Not so long ago, modernity in the industry was characterized by digitization, efficient computers, and software that helped manage the entire production process in a simpler way.

However, we are already witnessing another industrial revolution characterized by something more.

Industry 4.0 is primarily about the integration of all systems. Connecting machines and people with the Internet enables efficient production management, resource management, and automation. Hardware and systems are increasingly operating in real-time integrated ecosystems rather than closed environments.

However, continuous connection of all systems also brings new threats. In 2019, the industry was already among the top 10 most frequently attacked sectors, but with the COVID-19 virus, it became clear which businesses managed operational continuity effectively.

In 2020, the number of cyber attacks on the industrial sector increased by 300%!

In this way, the industry became the second most targeted sector by cybercriminal groups, second only to the world of finance.

That's why we created a webinar that is the first step in minimizing risk. You will learn from it:

  • How to ensure cybersecurity in Industry 4.0?
  • Applicable legal regulations and best practices.
  • Security threats: what hackers target and what methods they use?
  • Key areas of cybersecurity in the industrial sector.


BONUS! Free IT security audit for the first 10 interested organizations!


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Why it's worth to trust us?

The webinar speaker is one of the most experienced cybersecurity experts in Poland.


Bartosz Kozłowski

cybersecurity expert 

Responsible for setting up and running the cyber security department at LOT Polish Airlines (2016 - 2019), as well as numerous IT security management projects within KPMG for, among others, banks and insurance companies (2010-2016). Currently, he is a information and communication technologies security consultant for business (audits, computer forensics, penetration testing, risk management) and Chief Security Officer at Sagenso, a dynamically growing cyber security company that has already won recognition from partners such as NCBR, PAIH, PARP, SAMSUNG and MICROSOFT.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who runs the webinar?

Sagenso is responsible for the organization and substantive value of the webinar. It is a technology company dealing with IT security and data security in business and the public sphere, taking into account increasingly frequent projects and audits for the industrial sector, including the automotive industry.

What are the threats to the industrial sector in the area of IT security?
The most immediate effect of a successful intrusion is the partial or complete shutdown of production, which in itself is extremely costly. Returning to normal functioning can be a lengthy process that often depends on paying a very high ransom. As if that weren't enough, the long-established reputation of a reliable supplier is also compromised in such cases. During an attack, hackers can steal large amounts of data, and all types of confidential information are valuable commodities for criminals. Ensuring high information security is the responsibility of data administrators and those accountable for it. Failure to comply with this standard may result in criminal and administrative penalties. With the introduction of GDPR regulations, high financial penalties have also come into effect.
What will my company gain as part of a free IT security audit?
First and foremost, each of you will get to know the actual state of data and IT security within your entire organization, rather than just theoretical assumptions. You will also gain insights into the level of preparedness for the rapidly growing dangers associated with disrupting the operational continuity of an industrial entity. By going through a brief and specific security audit designed for the management team, each manager will become aware of their organization's readiness level across nine maturity areas. The next step involves a more in-depth and non-commercial audit of the IT area, which covers 20 security areas and vulnerabilities, assessing the entity's susceptibility to both external and internal incidents. In the final, third step, you will receive a series of additional recommendations, have the opportunity to participate in a workshop focusing on the security of your organization, and receive a non-commercial comprehensive scan of your IT infrastructure along with a report.