Nation-E to Attend and Speak at 2016 Atlanta Cyber Security Summit

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Idan Udi Edry, CEO of Nation-E, will share industry insights and thoughts on the future of cyber security at the April 6 summit

Idan Udi Edry

We can’t prevent the digital age – it is here and it is becoming part of us. But we see news headlines of breach after breach, and we are losing our confidence in the digital age.

Nation-E, a provider of cyber security solutions that securely bridges the gap between the isolated operational technology (OT) domain and the information technology (IT) domain, will showcase at the Cyber Security Summit in Atlanta on April 6, 2016. The company’s chief executive officer, Idan Udi Edry, will speak at the summit to share his insights on how to best protect highly vulnerable business applications and critical infrastructure.

The Cyber Security Summit, an exclusive C-Suite conference series, connects senior level executives responsible for protecting their companies’ critical infrastructures with innovative solution providers and renowned information security experts. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the nation’s leading solution providers and discover the latest products and services for enterprise cyber defense, such as Nation-E.

At the summit, Nation-E will be highlighting the key benefits of its cyber security solutions, including:

  • Protects serially connected critical assets in the network through encryption and authentication, prevents rogue access from posing a threat.
  • Monitors common OT serial interfaces such as CAN, RS232, RS485 and RS482 as well as common protocols such as OPC, DNP3 and MODBUS.
  • Cerebrum dashboard alerts about tampering, traffic abnormalities or behavioral deviations from a stated policy, immediate alerts on communication disruptions.
  • Allows incident response alerts using existing SIEM, followed by guided investigation, assets Isolation using Nation-E policy management, integrates with 3rd party incident response systems.

Nation-E CEO, Idan Udi Edry, is a featured guest speaker at the event. As a distinguished veteran in the fields of information technology and data security, Edry will present during the summit’s Panel 3 discussion at 3:45 p.m., which will highlight emerging risks that are likely to become major threats in 2016, as well as the new countermeasures and cutting-edge technologies that can defend against them.

“We can’t prevent the digital age – it is here and it is becoming part of us. But we see news headlines of breach after breach, and we are losing our confidence in the digital age,” says Edry. “In the digital age, it’s no longer about IT. It’s about physical operational technology infrastructure, and that is what I plan to explain to attendees at this year’s summit.”

The Panel 3 discussion will also cover the latest technologies, software and hardware solutions available today to protect tomorrow’s security challenges. For more information about the summit, please visit

About Nation-E
Nation-E, founded in 2012 by Daniel Jammer, innovates cyber security for IIoT (Industrial IoT), building technologies that enable the next generation of industrial IT (Industry 4.0). Its solution adapts IT security best practices into IIoT and securely bridges the gap between the isolated OT (Operational technology) domain and the IT domain.

Israel-based Nation-E recently expanded its footprint into the United States by opening a new office in Silicon Valley, home to many of the world's largest technology corporations. For more information, please visit

About Idan Udi Edry, CEO at Nation-E
Mr. Edry is a distinguished veteran in the fields of Information Technology and Data Security, as well as an experienced leader driving innovation and execution at scale.

Prior to joining Nation-E, Mr. Edry gained significant industry experience as Head of Data and Security for Pelephone, Israel’s leading cellular operator. He led special strategic projects for numerous governmental agencies and organizations, working closely with high ranking officials. His career trajectory at Pelephone allowed Mr. Edry to establish himself not only as an expert professionally but also as a customer-facing business leader.

Mr. Edry had the opportunity to gain unique skills and expertise while serving as an Air Force Officer for over eight years, reaching the rank of Captain. During his tenure, he led hundreds of professionally-trained military personnel, building and operating advanced information systems. Mr. Edry has mastered multiple disciplines and has accumulated 13 formal certifications from the world’s most renowned IT and Telecommunications institutes.


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