What? You didn't know Computers Control you? / ICS and SCADA
2-Hour Live Event: Monday, March 2, 2015
Start Time: 9:00 a.m. US-Pacific/ 12:00 p.m. US-Eastern/ 5:00 p.m. London
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Web Conference Overview:
We have all heard about the potential disaster in our Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, but what does it really mean? Are the doom and gloom forecasted for SCADA systems based on its inherent nature? That is, SCADA systems ability to control complex infrastructures over large areas; or is it because most SCADA systems were designed and architected long before security was needed. In the end we are forced to ask how bad is it really, and how bad can it become? This webinar will be focused on some of these issues and what may be done to detect, mitigate, and recover from a SCADA security failure.
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Moderator and Speakers:
CISSP, Program Manager, NERC CIP Compliance at Siemens Energy
James McQuiggan is the President of the Central Florida ISSA Chapter and has been a part of ISSA for the past five years. He is also a member of the Information Security team as the NERC CIP Program Manager for Siemens Energy Inc.supporting internal and external customers with the CIP standards. He is also responsible for Product Security and the Information Security Advisor Program. His focus of Product Security is the Energy products, involving SCADA and DCS systems and providing consulting services on securing their network and physical plant environments.
CISSP CISM, CISA, executive Cyber Security Advisor of a Fortune 500 company in the oil & gas industry
Mario Chiock is the executive Cyber Security Advisor of a Fortune 500 company in the oil & gas industry and is recognized for his leadership and management in all aspects of cyber security throughout the company and within the community. Chiock has more than 23 years of experience in cyber security. He is also an active instructor for CISSP, CISM, CISA & CRISC certifications. Chiock was recognized as one of the top 25 out of more than 10,000 security executives in the ExecRank 2012 Security Executive Rankings, he also won the 2012 Central Information Security Executive People Choice Award, in 2014 he was named ISSA Fellow, Received the 2014 CSO40 award, ISC2 - ISLA (Information Security Leadership Award) and received the ISSA Honor award. He is currently serving on the advisory board of Palo Alto Networks, chairs the Information security sub-committee for the American Petroleum Institute (API) and is the current Vice-President for the Houston InfraGard.
Sr. Manager of SCADA and Industrial Control Systems Initiative, Palo Alto Networks
Del Rodillas is responsible for Palo Alto Networks’ SCADA and Industrial Control Systems industry initiative. He works with a range of asset owners in Utilities, Oil & Gas, Transportation, Mining, Manufacturing and similar industrial market sectors to increase awareness and education on the need for improving control systems cybersecurity as well as what technologies and best practices can be deployed to address the security challenges. Del has extensive technology industry experience spanning Cybersecurity, Networking, Aerospace/Defense, and Semiconductors with roles in strategic marketing and engineering. He holds a Masters in Electrical Engineering from Santa Clara University and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
CTO and founder, Secure Network; Director, ISSA International Board
Stefano Zanero received a PhD degree in computer engineering from the Politecnico of Milano university and currently is an assistant professor at the same university. Dr. Zanero's current research interests includes malware analysis, cyber-physical systems security, and mobile security. His research group attracted approximately 800K EUR of financing over six years. Dr. Zanero has been a speaker at international scientific and technical conferences, including the Black Hat Briefings, CanSecWest, DeepSec, and Hack in the Box. He has authored or co-authored over 50 peer-reviewed papers and is an associate editor of the Journal in Computer Virology. Dr. Zanero is a senior member of the IEEE and the IEEE Computer Society, for which he is currently serving in the board of governors. Dr. Zanero is an ISSA Fellow and currently serves as a Director on the International Board.