Targeted ransomware increasingly uses tools and techniques that were once the sole domain of state-sponsored attacks. This increasing attack sophistication poses a serious threat to many industries. In the last 24 months, three new security methodologies have emerged to provide robust “physical” or “analog” protection for industrial operations from even the most sophisticated of cyber attacks.
This webinar introduces and contrasts: Security PHA Review (SPR), Consequence-Driven, Cyber-informed Engineering (CCE) and Secure Operations Technology (SEC-OT). Examples of each approach are provided in the context of high-impact attack scenarios on power generation assets. The combination of these approaches makes robust and future-proof protection from even sophisticated attacks both possible and practical.
DCS network engineers
Enterprise risk managers
Security PHA Review (SPR)
Consequence-Driven, Cyber-Informed Engineering (CCE)
Secure Operations Technology (SEC-OT)
How each of the above adds value to software-based security programs
Andrew Ginter is the VP Industrial Security at Waterfall Security Solutions. At Waterfall, Andrew leads a team of experts who work with the world’s most secure industrial sites. He is author of two books on industrial security, a co-author of the Industrial Internet Consortium’s Security Framework, and the co-host of the Industrial Security Podcast. Andrew spent 35 years designing SCADA system products for Hewlett Packard, IT/OT connectivity products for Agilent Technologies, and OT/ICS security products for Industrial Defender and Waterfall Security Solutions.