Industrial Control Systems (ICS) refer to various types of technology that control physical infrastructure ranging from industrial production - like valves in a manufacturing plant, to environment …
Industrial Control Systems (ICS) refer to various types of technology that control physical infrastructure ranging from industrial production - like valves in a manufacturing plant, to environment controls - like lighting and cooling systems in an office building. Think you don't have ICS on your network? Think again. Data centers, offices and corporate campuses rely on Industrial Control Systems to operate. In fact, virtually every modern building, and corporate campus around the world plays host to environmental controls, building entry systems, safety systems, and many other automation systems that are considered ICS.
As with any system, ICS have known vulnerabilities, which now that they are network-accessible represent a tantalizing target for attackers. Why bother trying to defeat carefully constructed network security measures if you can more easily turn on the sprinkler system and bring down the entire data center?
This webinar will review ICS basics and then detail their various security risks. It will also recommend general do's and don'ts when dealing with ICS. Our featured speakers for this timely webinar are:
- Billy Rios, Technical Director at Cylance.
Billy is seasoned security professional whose background spans both the military and the private sector. He is a noted expert in ICS security.
-Ted Julian, Chief Marketing Officer at Co3 Systems.
Ted is a serial entrepreneur who has launched four companies during his ~20 years in the security / compliance industry.