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Tuesday, October 25 • 1:15pm - 1:45pm
100 Sabotaged Operations - And What To Learn From Them

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In the last 2 years, over 100 industrial operations have shut down or suffered physical damage from cyber attacks - pipelines obviously, manufacturing plants, rail systems, steel mills and others. In this presentation we review the attacks & outages, identify patterns in attacks and patterns in defensive system failures, and we draw conclusions about the changing threat environment. One important conclusion is that ransomware criminals are trailing nation-state attack tools and techniques by less than 5 years. What we see nation states doing to each other today, we should expect to see ransomware groups doing to everyone with money in just a couple more years. We conclude with a look at the new DOE Cyber-Informed Engineering strategy which highlights engineering as a neglected asset in addressing these risks, and dig into how safety, automation and network engineering should play a role in preventing unacceptable physical outcomes of cyber attacks.

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Andrew Ginter

VP Industrial Security, Waterfall Security Solutions
At Waterfall, Andrew leads a team of experts who work with the world's most secure industrial enterprises. Before Waterfall, Andrew led the development of high-end industrial control system products at Hewlett-Packard, of IT/OT middleware products at Agilent Technologies, and of the... Read More →

Tuesday October 25, 2022 1:15pm - 1:45pm EDT
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