8 days left to get a GIAC Cert Attempt or $350 Off with OnDemand and vLive Training

Webcasts

To attend this webcast, login to your SANS Account or create your Account.

Practical Industrial Control System (ICS) Cybersecurity: IT and OT Have Converged--Discover and Defend Your Assets

  • Thursday, September 27th, 2018 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
  • Ted Gary, Dean Parsons, and Doug Wylie
This webcast has been archived. You can view the webcast presentation and download the slides by logging into your SANS Portal Account or creating an Account. Click the Register Now button after you have logged in to view the Webcast.

Sponsor

  • Tenable Network Security

You can now attend the webcast using your mobile device!

Overview

As the convergence of business networks with control systems races forward, operational technology (OT) systems become increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks. What can you do to better manage this evolution and mitigate security risks? Find out. Join Doug Wylie, director of the SANS Industrials and Infrastructure business portfolio and guests from Tenable, who will explore topics such as:

  • Key tasks for effectively securing converged IT/OT environments
  • How to discover and assess connected assets as you move toward a more effective application of critical security controls
  • Important considerations for passive monitoring and active scanning
  • Assessing assets for known vulnerabilities, patching strategies and techniques for more effective lifecycle management of IT and OT architectures

Register now and be one of the first to get the associated paper written by Doug Wylie. Click here to view the whitepaper.

    

SANS Institute and Tenable talk about OT/IT convergence and security

Check out the video series on OT/IT convergence and security, where SANS Instructor Doug Wylie & Tenable's Senior Product Marketing Manager Ted Gary discuss the importance of convergence of operational technology and informational technology and the importance to companies as this convergence continues to take place and as it affects the risks of their organizations.

   

 

    

   

Speaker Bios

Ted Gary

Ted Gary is Tenable's senior product marketing manager focusing on industrial control system security and security frameworks, compliance. Ted has more than ten years of information security experience in both product management and product marketing roles. He is a frequent speaker at security conferences, such as the ICSJWG Spring Meeting, New York Healthcare Summit and San Jose Cybersecurity Forum. He was also a contributor to the CIS Controls Implementation Guide for Industrial Control Systems.


Dean Parsons

Dean Parsons is an active member of the cybersecurity community, dedicated to educating others while also helping companies address contemporary risks to business operations that stem from ever-changing threats. He is a consultant, security practitioner and often speaks at high-profile cybersecurity events. Dean holds a Bachelor Major Computer Science degree from the Memorial University of Newfoundland, and accredited designations to include: CISSP, GSLC, GCIA, GRID. He is a SANS instructor for ICS515: ICS Active Defense and Incident Response and is also a member of the SANS/GIAC advisory board. It's common to find Dean working at both a packet and policy level.


Doug Wylie

Doug Wylie directs the SANS Industrials and Infrastructure business portfolio, helping companies fulfill business objectives to manage security risks and develop a security-effective workforce. His lengthy career spans a wide array of industries. He served as Rockwell Automations director of product security risk management, where he founded and led its industrial cyber security and risk management program. Doug works around the world with companies, industry and standards bodies, and government entities to help safeguard converged IT-OT systems from contemporary cyber security threats. He holds the CISSP certification and numerous patents, as well as being an accomplished writer, speaker and presenter.

Need Help? Visit our FAQ page or email webcast-support@sans.org.

Not able to attend a SANS webcast? All Webcasts are archived so you may view and listen at a time convenient to your schedule. View our webcast archive and access webcast recordings/PDF slides.