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Next Virtual Meetup Series Events

Keeping Things from Blowing Up: Consequence-Based Risk Management in ICS
Mar 28, 2019 (10:00am EST)

Jim McGlone of Kenexis will lead a discussion of Consequence-Based Risk Management and its use in planning the security of industrial control and automation systems to Keep Things From Blowing Up.

Abstract:
Manufacturing and process plants with the potential for harm to people, assets, or the environment, need to be protected against very real physical consequences generated from cyber-attack. The starting point for developing a program for cyber security is an assessment of the vulnerability of the process to cyber-attacks.

We will discuss how existing methods for risk analysis can be expanded with an additional “cyber review” called a Security Process Hazard Analysis Review (SPR) to determine if any cyber-attack vectors can cause significant damage and how we can make recommendations to reach the corporate risk tolerance.

Discussion Leader: Jim McGlone, GICSP, CMO at Kenexis Consulting   



Security Event Retrospective: Reflections on the SANS-ICS Security Summit 2019 
Mar 28, 2019 (12:00pm EST)

Our panel of ICS Security experts will share their experiences at and insights into this important annual event.  If you weren’t able to attend this year, join the chat and find out what you missed!  If you were there, jump in and share your thoughts as well.

NOTE: This event is OPEN TO ALL.  No paid membership is required to attend this live discussion.
Register at this URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/9041243830606173708

Panelists:

Don C. Weber 
Principal Consultant and Founder at Cutaway Security, LLC. 

Jon Taylor
Senior Manager & Principal Consultant at Revolutionary Security  

 
David Foose,
Ovation Security Solutions Program Manager at Emerson Automation Solutions