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ISP Chris Gorog episode 119
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Managing Trust in Massive IIoT Systems | Episode 119

Smart meters, smart cities and the IIoT – when thousands of systems of millions of low-power devices need to talk to each other, and talk between systems, managing trust is hard. Dr. Chris Gorog of BlockFrame walks us through the problem and the work BlockFrame and the University of Colorado have been doing to solve the problem.

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Making the Move into OT Security - Mike Holcomb - episode 118
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Making the Move into OT Security | Episode 118

Moving from IT or engineering roles into OT security is harder than it should be. Mike Holcomb of Fluor has written eBooks & provides a newsletter to help people with that transition. In this episode, Mike reflects on his own evolution into OT security and gives advice to others looking at making the move.

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Aurelio Blanquet, Secretary General of EE-ISAC
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Building Trust to Cooperate at the EE-ISAC | Episode 117

Our enemies cooperate, and so must we. Aurelio Blanquet walks us through the activities of the European Energy ISAC, with a focus on building the trust that is essential to enabling the cooperation that we need to work together.

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Industrial Security Podcast | Episode 116 - Aaron Turner
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Failures of Imagination – from 9-11 to The Aurora Test | Episode 116

The industrial security initiative was triggered by the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center. Aaron Turner, on the faculty at IANS Research, helped investigate laptop computers used by 9/11 attackers and joined up with Michael Assante to persuade government authorities to launch what has become today’s industrial cybersecurity industry. Aaron takes us through the formative years – from 9/11 to the Aurora generator demonstration.

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Podcast Episode 115 - Kyle Peters - Building Automation IEC 62443
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Safety, Security and IEC 62443 in Building Automation | Episode 115

Cybersecurity and IEC 62443 are increasingly relevant to building automation. Parking garages contain safety-critical CO2 sensors that control fans, the MGM breach is in the news and standards bodies are debating minimum security levels for different kinds of systems. Kyle Peters of Intelligent Buildings joins us to look at IEC 62443-2-1 style security assessments of modern buildings and what we can learn from those assessments.

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Podcast Episode 114 with Mike Almeyda
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Physical Security Supports Cybersecurity | Episode 114

Adversaries who can physically touch a target have a huge advantage when it comes to compromising that target. Mike Almeyda of Force5 joins us to look at tools for physical security that support cybersecurity, especially for the North American NERC CIP standards.

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