Noise Matters in Every Industrial Control System
- Wednesday, November 11th, 2015 at 11:00 AM EST (16:00:00 UTC)
- Doug Wylie
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Industrial Control Systems operate tirelessly - safely and efficiently creating and delivering power, clean water, moving people and producing most all of the varied products and services on which the world depends. When working properly, control system networks seamlessly move data between devices, other control systems and to and from business enterprise systems, yet they are known to be fragile. The challenge of protecting control systems, and finding and correcting networking problems can be overwhelming; yet, the cause of problems can often be traced to unintended changes, misconfigurations, new devices and connections and even malicious threat actors. In this session, learn why it's critical to identify, monitor and benchmark everything connected to control system, how data moves and why even the faintest noise in the industrial control communication process matters.
With more than 20 years of experience with industrial control systems (ICS), Doug Wylie is a seasoned business practitioner, industry thought leader and certified security professional with extensive experience as a global market-maker for industrial products, open technologies and contemporary solutions used in mission-critical applications.
In his current role, Doug directs and promotes NexDefense's position and perspective on emerging market demands, industrial networking, and the ever-evolving security trends that affect customers across an array of industries and applications. His focus includes identifying and solving real-world customer challenges, while similarly establishing relevant solutions that increase visibility and operational knowledge to counteract risks that may impact safety, integrity, information security and productivity.
Prior to NexDefense, Doug worked for Rockwell Automation and performed most recently as Director, Product Security Risk Management reporting to the Office of General Counsel and CISO. He earned the prestigious 2013 SANS People Who Made a Difference in Cybersecurity award and actively maintains his Certified Information Systems Security Professional certification (CISSP® 435349). Doug holds his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio and numerous internationally-recognized patents related to industrial communications, control and software technologies.