Cyber Policy and Standards for OT Security
Dates: 23-24 September 2019
- CISOs, CSOs and risk managers working in cyber and physical security – particularly on the protection of control systems (traditional industrial controls or employing IoT technologies)
- Board Directors and Senior Managers
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There are a range of security standards available covering organisation, personnel, physical and cyber-security. Understand how the choice of standards and codes of practice can make a significant difference to the success of your organisation, against the backdrop of rapidly changing business and technical environments.
There are a range of existing cyber security related standards, publicly accessible specifications (PAS) and codes of practice. The choice of whether to implement specific standards can have a significant impact on your organisation’s costs and performance.
How can we intelligently understand OT risk and attack vectors, and therefore adapt traditional standards and policies designed for industrial controls to an IoT world. What do standards and policies for the emerging industrial and built environment threat landscape look like.
What you will learn
Education includes presentations, case studies, discussion and team exercises. Individual personal review of skills development. Softcopy course take-aways.
Module 1: Nature and roles of standards
Module 2: Understanding testing, validation and verification
Module 3: The security standards landscape
Module 4: Choosing and using standards
Future dates and cities
This course is also available in alternative regions and dates throughout 2019. This training can also be offered as a bespoke inhouse course on request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
- 3-5 June 2019 Amsterdam
- 1-3 July 2019 London
- 5-7 Aug 2019 Johannesburg
- 2-4 September 2019 Dubai
- 7-9 October London
- 10-12 Dec 2019 London