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Enhancing Resiliency via Federated Real-time Secure Messaging
December 19, 2018 10:00 AM
December 19, 2018 11:00 AM
December 03, 2018 12:00 AM
December 17, 2018 5:00 PM
MRO Security Advisory Council (SAC) is pleased to announce that it is hosting a webinar on encrypting messaging. After recommending utilities adopt encrypted messaging in 2014, the E-ISAC published their must-have capabilities to help members evaluate a secure messenger. Soon after the peer-based CTIG published their own set of requirements with a more technical focus.
In 2017, the E-ISAC selected ArmorText secure messaging for its ability to satisfy both the E-ISAC’s requirements and the CTIG’s security requirements while also providing an industry-first federation capability.
The E-ISAC is now offering federated Trust Relationships among its asset owner and operator members for truly secure real time information exchange and incident response coordination.
Join the CEO of ArmorText, Navroop Mitter as he discusses why this initiative is so timely and why real time federation with organizations like the E-ISAC is more important to energy security than ever before.
Estee J. Kolles
MRO SAC Enhancing Resiliency via Federated Real-time Secure Messaging
Federated Secure Communications Considerations for Critical Infrastructure v2