Public Safety Canada’s Industrial Control Systems Security Technical Workshop
This one-day training session will focus on the development of basic incident handler skills for the industrial control systems security professional. The objective of this training session is to raise awareness by giving a hands-on experience using real tools and targets.
The training session is lecture style (hands-on), technical in nature and takes place at the basic to intermediate level.
There is no cost for this training day. All other costs (e.g. transportation, accommodations, meals, etc.) are the responsibility of the attendee.
Due to the sensitive nature of some of the material presented, entry to the training will be restricted to approved participants. The training is limited to 40 participants.
Registration is now closed.
Benefits of Attending
- Gain a greater awareness of the threats to industrial control systems and how to defend against them
- Learn the challenges of securing control systems and arm yourself with case studies showing what others have done and the lessons they have learned
- Exchange information and ideas in a trusted environment with other control systems owners and operators
Who Should Attend
Attendees will be expected to have a basic to intermediate level of computer security training and proficiency within an incident response and/or network environment.
- 8-16GB RAM
- 40 GB Free disk space
- DVD-ROM (external DVD-ROM is acceptable)
- Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10
- VMWare Player for Windows (or VMWare Workstation – allows you to make snapshots)
- One 8GB and one 16GB USB Flash drives (or larger)
- Full administrative rights to the Windows laptop (and user accounts) is REQUIRED
- Full administrative rights to the BIOS and boot process (allowing you to boot to a USB drive). Generally, disk encryption for the lab laptop is not recommended due to potential interference with the ability to boot to USB drives
- Optional: You may require 2 USB ports. If your laptop is only equipped with 2 ports, a USB Hub may be required.
- Optional: small power bar
There is a risk that your laptop hard drive may get corrupted. We recommend that you completely wipe your lab laptop hard drive following the workshop. If you wish to store or backup any of the workshop materials please do so using a USB flash drive.
By email: Cyber-Workshop/Atelierfirstname.lastname@example.org
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