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Thursday, October 28 • 9:00am - 5:00pm
Applied ICS Security Training Lab

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[Register for This Training Session - $495]

This full-day lab course gives participants hands-on experience attacking and hardening a simulated power plant network to learn about common ICS vulnerabilities and defenses. Participants will attack historians, HMIs, and PLCs to cause a power outage in the 3D simulation, and then implement defenses like firewalls and network monitoring to harden it.

Key Takeaways
•    Deeper understanding of common vulnerabilities in ICS networks and devices
•    Techniques for testing ICS devices for various vulnerabilities
•    Practical experience hardening ICS device configurations and using network defenses

Topics Covered
•  Scanning ICS networks
•  Exploiting web vulnerabilities in the DMZ
•  Sniffing industrial network traffic
•  Password cracking
•  PLC and HMI programming
•  Understanding Linux and Windows logs
•  Using Yara to scan for ICS malware
• Writing host and network firewall rules for ICS
• ICS network intrusion detection

Requirements
Participants must bring their own laptop with either Chrome or Firefox installed. Some Linux experience is helpful but not required.

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Speakers
avatar for Dr. David Formby

Dr. David Formby

CEO/CTO, Fortiphyd Logic
David Formby is CEO/CTO and co-founder of Fortiphyd Logic. He received his Ph.D. from the Georgia Institute of Technology where he focused on developing novel attacks and defenses for industrial control system networks. David has presented at both academic and industry conferences... Read More →


Thursday October 28, 2021 9:00am - 5:00pm EDT