Understanding security in industrial networks with Claudio Caracciolo.
March 31, 2016. It is increasingly important to strengthen and secure environments and networks in the industrial sector since poor security management may have harmful effects. In this chapter, Claudio Caracciolo, CSA of ElevenPaths in Argentina, talks about the attack vectors and the most common vulnerabilities. He also talks about what should be done to implement a security management system in this type of setting. Watch it now!
Everybody talks about security issues in industrial systems and critical infrastructures. However, people in the corporate world have rarely been in touch with the actual circumstances of this type of network. Analyzing industrial system security means knowing their architectures, their impact and, subsequently, dealing with the protection issues based on the goals you wish to achieve.
This webcast introduces you to the world of industrial cyber-security from the definition of its key components (industrial system, ICS, Scada, HMI, PLC, RTU, etc.). In this way, you will understand how an industrial system is not necessarily a critical infrastructure. However, the main goal of the webcast is to analyze the most common attack vectors and vulnerabilities and what should be done to implement a security management system in this type of setting.
Claudio already talked about security in industrial networks in his articleIntroducción a la Seguridad en Redes Industriales (Introduction to security in industrial networks). Find out why industrial security is necessary and the difference between “safety” and “security.” They’re not the same thing.
Here is a list of articles by Claudio Caracciolo about this issue:
» Introduction to Security of Industrial Networks (I) (in Spanish)
» Introduction to Security of Industrial Networks (II) (in Spanish)
» Introduction to Security of Industrial Networks (III) (in Spanish)