Monthly Archives October 2013

SCADA: Attack & Defense: Securing Critical Infrastructure | PaulDotCom Security Weekly – Episode 350

Watch this information episode of the PaulDotCom Security Weekly featuring TAG’s very own Patrick Miller along with Dale Peterson from DigitalBond; Justin Searle from UtiliSec; and, Joel Langill from SCADAhacker.com More details about this panel can be found here. Video streaming by Ustream ...

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ICS Security Isn’t Just a Local Issue, It is Truly a Global Matter

Repost from El Blog de CCI – http://blog.cci-es.org/2013/10/ics-security-isnt-just-local-issue-it.html?spref=tw I recently had the pleasure of participating in the first Ibero-American Industrial Cybersecurity Congress held by the Center for Industrial Cybersecurity (Centro de Ciberseguridad ...

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The Skinny on NERC CIP V5 Information Protection Programs

This post is part of a coordinated series of blog posts examining the details of version 5 of the NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) standards. These posts, written by various individuals having direct experience with these standards, will point out security gaps, ambiguities, and areas t...

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NERC CIP Gaps: External Networks? Not Our Problem | Digital Bond

This post is the first of a series of blog posts from many in the Electric Power Cyber Security community illustrating what are believed to be gaps in the NERC CIP regulations that govern cyber security in the electric power sector. Over the next 30 days, these gaps will be spotlighted in the hopes ...

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NERC CIP ESP Gaps – Non-Routable Holes in the Security Perimeter | EnergySec

This post is part of a coordinated series of blog posts examining the details of version 5 of the NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) standards. These posts, written by various individuals having direct experience with these standards, will point out security gaps, ambiguities, and areas t...

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NERC CIP Technical Gap – Removable Media | Digital Bond

This post is the first of a series of blog posts from many in the Electric Power Cyber Security community illustrating what are believed to be gaps in the NERC CIP regulations that govern cyber security in the electric power sector. Over the next 30 days, these gaps will be spotlighted in the hopes ...

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