Webinar: ICS Cyber Security in Water Control Systems

Saturday, November 26, 2011

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UPDATE: 12/07/2011: Due to an overwhelming response to this event, we've had to change venues to accommodate the number of registered participants.

We apologize for the inconvenience, but you will need to re-register at the new venue to participate in next week's webinar.

December 13th, 2011 at 10:00 AM EST

Space is limited - Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/271228582 

Infosec Island in partnership with Trusted Metrics is hosting a monthly webinar series on Industrial Control System (ICS) Cybersecurity.

Each session will speak to the common cybersecurity issues faced by those operating and building industrial facilities with an additional focus on a specific sector or use case.

In this session, on December 13th, 2011 at 10:00 AM, Eastern Standard Time, Trusted Metrics will be addressing Cybersecurity in Water and Wastewater Control Systems.

Trusted Metrics CEO Michael Menefee and Advisory Board Member Chris Blask will cover the following:

  • Current state of ICS Cybersecurity on the Global and National Stage
  • Common Cybersecurity Challenges of ICS Asset Owners and Operators
  • Evolution of Cyber Assets in Water and Wastewater Management
  • Operationally Appropriate Solutions for Tactical Cybersecurity Gains in Water Systems
  • Integrated Emergency Response and Operations Strategies

This session will provide insight for those interested in ICS Cybersecurity including policy makers, asset owners, vendors, consultants and integrators.

Register Here For This Free Webinar

Webinar Leaders:

Chris Blask

Chris Blask

Chris Blask is CEO of ICS Cybersecurity, Inc. Chris created the AlienVault ICS Group which produced the first SIEM for industrial control systems, authored the first book on SIEM, was Chief Evangelist at NSS Labs, built the Cisco firewall business, founded ICS specialist Lofty Perch and invented the BorderWare Firewall Server.

Today he is Vice-Chair of the OpenSG Security Conformity Group, on the board of the Australian Wind Energy Institute, faculty at IANS, on the advisory boards of several ICS cybersecurity vendors and involved with industry groups such as DHS’s ICSJWG and DoE’s NESCO and NESCOR. 

 

Michael Menefee

Michael Menefee

Michael Menefee, Trusted Metrics CEO, is the founder and Principal Consultant for Wirehead Security, a security consulting firm based in Raleigh, NC. One of WireHead's primary focuses is on Industrial Control Systems in the electrical, water treatment and delivery, and waste-water treatment industries. WireHead Security is also the publishing team behind Infosec Island.

Prior to co-founding WireHead in 2009, Mike was the co-founder and principal consultant for Secure Solve, Inc from 2005-2009, and Director of Managed Security Services for US Networks, Inc from 2001-2004. He served as the founding member and Chapter Leader of the North Carolina OWASP Chapter from 2005-2010 and is a Team Member at the Institute for Security and Open Methodologies (ISECOM), focusing on the concept of Trust. He regularly gives seminars and speeches on how Trust relates to Risk, and its operational measurement and management in today's hyper-connected online world.

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