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Yes, IT and OT Are Converging. So How Does This Affect Compliance?

  • Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
  • Brandon Workentin and Don C. Weber

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  • Forescout Technologies BV

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Overview

Refreshing compliance strategy for the age of IT-OT convergence challenges cybersecurity stakeholders across the functional spectrum, from CISOs to plant managers. In this webinar, we will explore popular frameworks that help reduce cyber risk, as well as how organizations can streamline regulatory and compliance efforts with better processes and the right technology.

Attendees will walk away with an understanding of key frameworks and standards, and the best practices for implementing them, including:

  • The NIST Cybersecurity Framework
  • NIST 800-53
  • The NERC CIP Regulations

Speaker Bios

Brandon Workentin

Brandon Workentin joined Forescout as a Systems Engineer in 2017. Prior to that, Brandon worked for EnergySec, where he started as an intern in 2014 and finished as a Cybersecurity Analyst II. At EnergySec, Brandon focused on security regulations, including the NERC CIP cybersecurity standards, as well as threats, research, and news affecting the electric industry. He was also involved in the creation of the EnergySec Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO), as well as a member of multiple ISAO Standards Organization Working Groups. Brandon is also an avid cybersecurity advocate, having presented at BSides Tampa 2017, regularly providing briefings to electric industry groups, and working with !NTERRUPT, a non-profit focused on introducing cybersecurity to high school students.


Don Weber

Don C. Weber has devoted himself to the field of information security since 2002. His most recent experiences include providing penetration assessment, architecture review, detailed hardware security assessment, wireless and radio implementation analysis, and incident response management for a wide range of industries including those in the financial, retail, media and energy markets. Don's Smart Grid experience includes end-to-end AMI assessments for several energy-related clients and he has provided guidance on several Smart Grid-related standards committees and during Smart Grid conferences.

Don's previous experiences include large-scale incident response efforts for organizations with international assets and interests, the certification and accreditation of classified federal and military systems, assessment and penetration testing of worldwide commercial assets, and, as a Navy contractor, the management of a team of distributed security professionals responsible for the security of mission critical Navy assets. Don has achieved his master's degree in network security, the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification, and many GIAC certifications. Don was a founding member of the GIAC Ethics Council of which he was the GIAC EC Chair in 2009. Don regularly contributes to a wide variety of open source projects involving information security and incident response.

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