Network Engineering | Recorded Webinar

We had a great webinar with a nice turnout. The topic was how the digital transformation of the Electric Utilities industry is unleashed once engineering-grade cybersecurity is able to protect in the industrial systems.
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Network Engineering Recorded Webinar

In the webinar, I introduced network engineering in the context of Cyber-Informed Engineering (CIE) with examples including:

  • Consequence boundaries
  • The EPRI IIoT methodology
  • Analog signalling
  • Unidirectional gateways
  • IT/OT dependencies
  • Data abstraction

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Engineering-grade solutions are deterministic and predictable. Cyber-Informed Engineering (CIE) is exploring safety engineering, protection engineering and other engineering approaches to addressing cyber risk, in addition to traditional cybersecurity approaches.

Network engineering is a collection of techniques that lies at the boundary between security engineering and cybersecurity, and is needed whenever worst-case consequences of cyber compromise are unacceptable.


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