Industrial security insights regarding risks, programs, budgets and technology at the City of Calgary Water Services, with Darrol Weiss.
Patrick Miller discusses how technology advances in Industrial Control Systems are out-pacing existing industrial cybersecurity and business risk management programs and what needs to change to keep pace.
Gabi Siboni joins us to talk about standards, challenges and current initiatives in Israel – perhaps most thoroughly-cyber-protected nation on the planet
The need for a standard way to classify the criticality of industrial control systems – eg: safety-critical vs. equipment-critical vs. reliability-critical systems, and what implications such classification should have for industrial security programs
The differences between IT and OT teams and approaches both make life difficult and represent opportunities to improve industrial operations
In this pilot episode, Jonathan walks us through how his crew does control system penetration testing, often with live, running systems as a target, with examples of findings and how customers use those findings.
We caught Jens Weisner at S4 and he talks about cybersecurity in Germany – progress, challenges and a little comparing of the German approach to what he sees happening in North America.
In this pilot episode, Sven takes us through the
emerging field of industrial IoT and how
connecting the grid to the cloud presents new
problems, and new solutions, for security professionals.
Join us for an introduction to the EPRI approach and
an overview of what OSIsoft is doing,
and what other product vendors can do,
to support the effort.
Paul Feldman joins us to explore cybersecurity
governance topics for boards of directors
in the North American electric sector:
what are their responsibilities and more.
How new approaches are needed to gain defensive advantage over already-capable cyber adversaries, to keep up with new OT/ICS technologies, and to serve business risk management needs in increasingly-demanding, competitive environments.
The reason SCADA security is so controversial stems primarily from the intense consequences that come from a compromise in this area. Unidirectional security gateways allow to digitize without compromise.
As operational technology (OT) and industrial control system (ICS) infrastructure have become much more prominent components of national critical infrastructure, malicious hacking activity is increasingly targeted in this direction.
The challenge for modern cyber security engineers working in the OT/ICS area involves modernizing the weak or missing protection controls in existing infrastructure toward more advanced and effective solutions that will stop malicious actors.
Unidirectional Security Gateways can replace firewalls in industrial network environments, providing absolute protection to control systems and operations networks from attacks originating on external networks.
Logs are the baseline information required for quality incident response and forensics. They consist of tracks and hints of the attack and the attacker. How do you keep log repositories more secure than the attacked network?
Modern enterprises transmit control system information to business networks continuously, and need to send information from business networks into operations networks occasionally. How do you do it securely?
Remote control is the modern attack method. While unidirectional gateways are designed to defeat remote control, that doesn’t mean we have to give up remote access. Learn about few practical options.
On IT networks, the focus of a security program is generally preventing the theft of information. The primary focus on control system networks is safety and reliability, and preventing sabotage of those elements.