Interview: Experts Say U.S. Companies Aren’t Prepared To Deal With Cyberattacks

XONA’s Founder and CEO, Bill Moore, was interviewed by Newsy’s Tyler Adkisson for a segment about the readiness of U.S. companies for possible cyberattacks. With President Biden’s recent plea to companies to prepare for possible cyberattacks from Russia, Newsy discussed these possibilities and the challenges companies are facing with cybersecurity experts.

Bill noted: “These groups are going to target any systems really that are critical operations. They’re just going to look for low hanging fruit, right? So, you know, the energy sector, you know, water services, communications, manufacturing, financial services, all of these are targets.” View the video below, and see Bill’s take at 0:57.

Video Interview: How to Secure Water & Wastewater Remote Operation Technologies

Bill Moore - How to Secure Water & Wastewater Remote Operational Technologies

XONA’s Founder and CEO, Bill Moore, joined Bob Crossen, Senior Managing Editor at Water & Wastes Digest, to discuss how the pandemic has impacted OT changes for the water industry and other utilities, as well as how utilities can secure their operational networks.

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XONA enables frictionless user access that’s purpose-built for operational technology (OT) and other critical infrastructure systems. Technology agnostic and configured in minutes, XONA’s proprietary protocol isolation and Zero Trust architecture immediately eliminates common attack vectors, while giving authorized users seamless and secure control of operational technology from any location or device. With integrated MFA, user-to-asset access controls, user session analytics, and automatic video recording, XONA is the single, secure portal that connects the cyber-physical world and enables critical operations to happen from anywhere with total confidence and trust.

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