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Notes from our Founder

May, 2020

(CS)²AI Founder Derek Harp reflects on his personal journey through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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‎(CS)2AI COVID19 Impact Flash Poll Results

May 2020

Last month, as governments were increasingly directing their citizens to social distancing and self-isolation measures as a step towards reducing the spreading rate of the novel coronavirus, (CS)2AI conducted a flash poll to gauge our members’ perspectives on this unprecedented situation.
Here’s what you told us:

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Enabling Telework during COVID19‎

May 2020

The need for business to become more efficient by leveraging the data available in ‎their manufacturing networks, already had us on a high-speed chase to connect those ‎systems. Now with the current COVID-19 pandemic, manufacturers are racing to make ‎those systems available remotely to support work-from-home for configuration and ‎troubleshooting. So how do you keep systems secure when time is of the essence?‎

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Mentoring in the CyberPatriot Program

May 2020

The CyberPatriot program is an established IT cyber security exemplifying one of the outreach ‎efforts on the (CS)2AI projected developments board. We asked Andrew Hall to submit this ‎article on his experience in order to provide some insight into the program for those (CS)2AI ‎members not familiar with it, and also a greater understanding of our organizational objectives ‎in this area.‎

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SME Thoughts on Staying Safe During a Pandemic

May, 2020

SME Thoughts on Cybersecurity During a Pandemic
Derek Harp, Founder of (CS)²AI sits down with subject matter experts Dr. Eric Cole: CEO of Secure Anchor Consulting; Rick Peters: CISO Operational Technology at Fortinet North America; Brad Raiford: Director Cyber Security KPMG; Paul Forney: Chief Security Architect at Schneider Electric; Andrew Ginter: VP Industrial Security at Waterfall; and John Cusimano: VP Industrial Security at aeSolutions; weigh in with thoughts and suggestions on how to stay safe during the current crisis.

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‎5 Things the Hoodie & the Hard Hat Need to Know About Each Other‎

May 2020

A key challenge to improving industrial cybersecurity is the different worlds IT and operations ‎practitioners come from – specifically, the different strategic priorities in their respective ‎areas, the different toolsets they are familiar with, and even the different vocabularies they ‎use. To improve understanding of these different perspectives, this article, recently published ‎in the cybersecurity journal Dark Reading, outlines five items IT and OT should know about and ‎learn from one another. The authors draw on their deep expertise in both IT and OT to provide ‎practical advice that all members should find helpful.‎

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