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The 2017 State of Industrial Control System Security-Part 1: Personnel, Threats and Tools

  • Tuesday, July 11th, 2017 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
  • Bengt Gregory-Brown, Doug Wylie, Edgard Capdevielle and Ty Powers
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Sponsors

  • Great Bay Software
  • Nozomi Networks
  • PAS
  • Tempered Networks
  • Tripwire, Inc.

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Overview

How secure are your industrial control systems (ICSs)? The 2017 ICS Survey was designed to determine the safety and security challenges involved with control system cyber assets, their communication protocol and supporting operations. Attendees at this first part of a two-part webcast will learn about the following:

  • Levels of involvement in risk framework and incident response processes
  • Business concerns related to ICS
  • Technologies in use
  • Common threat vectors

The second part of this webcast, held at 1:00 PM Eastern on Wednesday, July 12, 2017, will focus on protection, prevention and convergence issues.

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Speaker Bios

Bengt Gregory-Brown

Bengt Gregory-Brown is a consultant to the SANS ICS program and the principal analyst at Sable Lion Ventures, LLC, a virtual accelerator focused on emerging cyber security solutions. He brings more than 20 years of experience to bear in his writings about the management of IT and infrastructure projects, enterprise security governance, IT and ICS security risk analysis, regulatory compliance and policy conformance for high-profile companies. Bengt has managed multiple patents from ideation through issuance and has authored works for numerous corporate entities.


Doug Wylie

Doug Wylie directs the SANS Industrials and Infrastructure business portfolio, helping companies fulfill business objectives to manage security risks and develop a more security-effective workforce.†His career spans more than 22 years.†He served as Rockwell Automationís director of product security risk management, where he established and led its industrial cyber security program. Doug works around the world with companies, industry groups, standards bodies and government entities to establish safer, more secure and reliable control solutions that integrate with business operations.†He holds the CISSP certification and numerous patents, as well as being an accomplished writer, speaker and presenter.


Edgard Capdevielle

Edgard Capdevielle, CEO of Nozomi Networks, is a leader in network monitoring and security that support critical infrastructure for industrial control networks. Previously, Edgard served as the vice president of product management and marketing for Imperva, where he led the definition of the roadmaps and messaging for web and data security products.†Before that, he led EMCís efforts, through Data Domain, in archive storage and software.†Prior to joining Data Domain, he served as vice president of products for Nirvanix, an early pioneer in cloud storage. He also held senior roles at Brocade, McDATA, and Orbital Data.


Ty Powers

Ty Powers, Technical Product Manager at Great Bay Software, has been working in the information technology and security industry for more than 19 years. He has specialized in all phases of network security, from planning and scaling architecture to the implementation and deployment of key network security solutions. With experience ranging from helping the largest fortune 50 organizations to helping small- to medium-sized businesses strengthen their network security, Ty has a unique understanding of the different security challenges organizations face.

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