Industrial Control Systems

ICS Security Manager as a Service – Part 3

ICS Security Manager as a Service – Part 3 500 238 IsiahJones
By Isiah Jones, MPS, CISSP, GICSP, C|CISO, Director, ICS Cyber Security Engineering This is the third blog post in our series that explores why the ICS Security Manager as a Service is needed. To review the earlier posts please visit Part 1 and Part 2. What is the ICS Security Manager as a Service? The easiest way for [...]read more

ICS Security Manager as a Service – Part 2

ICS Security Manager as a Service – Part 2 500 333 IsiahJones
By Isiah Jones, MPS, CISSP, GICSP, C|CISO, Director, ICS Cyber Security Engineering This is the second blog post in our series that explores the ICS Security Manager as a Service concept. To review Part 1, please visit ICS Security Manager as a Service - Part 1. In my travels over the last four years, I’ve consistently encountered the same [...]read more

ICS Security Manager as a Service – Part 1

ICS Security Manager as a Service – Part 1 500 334 IsiahJones
By Isiah Jones, MPS, CISSP, GICSP, C|CISO, Director, ICS Cyber Security Engineering As industrial control system (ICS) assets and operations increasingly become the targets of opportunity it is important that new strategies and ideas for focused and tailored security approaches are introduced to the community. ICS security manager as a service can enable the community to contract [...]read more

IT/OT Convergence – a Hacker’s view

IT/OT Convergence – a Hacker’s view 1280 480 KevinLackey
By Kevin Lackey. It is often repeated by control systems security professionals that a primary difference between IT and OT systems is that while IT’s primary function is to process, record, and retrieve data, the primary function of OT processes is to maintain availability, keep the process running and the production occurring. This idea is [...]read more