SCADA Security Responses to Modern Cyber Attacks in Oil & Gas
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Cyber attacks, affecting Oil & Gas businesses' safety and operations, only grow more sophisticated as time passes. In this webinar, Waterfall Security Solutions reviews modern attack patterns and how they breach standard defenses, and looks at three examples of how modern SCADA security systems at an offshore platform, a refinery, and a gas pipeline defeat modern attacks reliably. Strong SCADA security programs must address threats from the simplest to the most sophisticated. Focusing our efforts on the most effective defenses, rather than the most costly ones, is critical to strong security program.
Join AOG and Andrew Ginter, VP Industrial Security at Waterfall Security Solutions, for a discussion of how best to prepare your defenses.
About Waterfall Security Solutions
Waterfall Security Solutions is the global leader in industrial cybersecurity solutions employing hardware-enforced unidirectional communications technology. Focused on protecting industrial control systems and critical infrastructure from cyberattacks originating from external networks, Waterfall products represent an evolutionary alternative to firewalls. The company's growing list of customers include national infrastructures and control systems in power plants, nuclear plants, on/off-shore platforms, refineries, manufacturing plants, utility companies plus many more. Deployed throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, Waterfall products support the widest range of leading industrial remote monitoring platforms, applications, databases and protocols. For more information, visit www.waterfall-security.com.
About the Presenter
VP Industrial Security
Andrew Ginter is the VP Industrial Security at Waterfall Security Solutions. For 25 years, he led the development of SCADA, IT/OT middleware and SCADA security products. He holds patents for IT/OT middleware and SCADA security technologies. Andrew represents Waterfall to standards bodies, and writes and speaks frequently on SCADA security topics. Andrew is the co-chair of the ISA SP-99 WG1, and is the author of "SCADA Security - What's broken and how to fix it." He holds degrees in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, as well as CISSP, ISP, and ITCP credentials.