Industrial Security Podcast - Top 5 Popular Episodes
Waterfall Security Solutions is pleased to host The Industrial Security Podcast, featuring discussions with globally-recognized experts on a wide range of OT security topics. The podcast addresses current and developing ICS topics such as ICS pen-testing, questions boards should be asking their CISOs about OT security, the IIoT, the technology versus security innovation gap, how security relates to safety, industrial security talent, what’s new in security standards, and many more. All of these topics are discussed in existing episodes, with many more to come.
The podcast is hosted by Nate Nelson, NA Producer at PodIL, and Andrew Ginter Andrew Ginter, VP Industrial Security at Waterfall Security, and author of two books: Secure Operations Technology and SCADA Security – What’s Broken and How to Fix it.
Episodes are released approximately every two weeks – and listening is easy: tune in on iTunes, Spotify, as well as through Waterfall’s website. If you like what you hear, please subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and leave a review, share, and sign up for the Waterfall newsletter to be the first to listen to the latest released episodes.
ISRAELI CYBERSECURITY – DR. GABI SIBONI
Gabi Siboni joins us to talk about standards, challenges and current initiatives in Israel – perhaps most thoroughly-cyber-protected nation on the planet
IT VS OT: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES – ART CONKLIN
The differences between IT and OT teams and approaches both make life difficult and represent opportunities to improve industrial operations
GERMAN INITIATIVES & PROGRESS IN CYBERSECURITY – JENS WEISNER
We caught Jens Weisner at S4 and he talks about cybersecurity in Germany – progress, challenges and a little comparing of the German approach to what he sees happening in North America
CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY IN ISRAEL – BUKI CARMELI
Buki Carmeli walks us through the evolution of government programs and legislation for securing Israel’s critical infrastructure
ICS PENETRATION TESTING – JONATHAN POLLET
Jonathan walks us through how his crew does control system penetration testing, often with live, running systems as a target, with examples of findings and how customers use those findings