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Defining Industrial Cybersecurity Incidents

Recording Date: January 2021

Cybersecurity for industrial control systems has changed significantly in the past two decades as the question has changed from “who would want to target an industrial automation and control system?” to “which industrial facility will be affected next?” This webinar will review major industrial cybersecurity incidents including: Stuxnet, the attack on the Sadara Petrochemical Facility, NotPetya, and the German Steel Mill. These events and others will be used as case studies to outline how industrial cybersecurity has been shaped over the years, and introduce key lessons learned that will help IACS be better prepared to defend against and respond to cybersecurity incidents.

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About the Presenter:

Patrick O'Brien

Patrick O’Brien Patrick O’Brien is a Safety and Cybersecurity Engineer at exida LLC, where he performs numerous end user focused training, consulting, and support services for industrial facilities in functional safety and cybersecurity. In addition to his consulting work, he has assisted with product development through testing, application specification, and the creation of user tutorials for the exSILentia® software platform, including significant work with the exida CyberPHAx™ and CyberSL tools. He has assisted with the development of exida training material and other knowledge-based content. He also helped develop cybersecurity projects through technical support and the translation of cybersecurity documents between English and German. Mr. O’Brien recently graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in German Language and Culture.