This two-day course provides IT security professionals and ICS/OT engineers interested in ICS/OT security with the fundamental knowledge and skills required to build and expand an ICS/OT security team. Learners will become familiar with ICS/OT security concepts, secure architecture, threat models and ICS/OT security standards and best practices. The course will also discuss today’s security trends and the current threat landscape.
After completing this course, learners should be able to: • Understand ICS/OT security history, today’s trends and threat landscape • Discuss ICS/OT standards and best practices: NIST SP800-82, IEC62443, MITRE ATT&CK for ICS framework • Describe the Purdue model of architecture, defense in depth, and secure ICS/OT network zoning and segmentation. • Understand the elements of effective ICS/OT security monitoring and incident response programs • See how a set of selected of useful ICS/OT security tools could be used.