SANS Community Night Talk – Building and Operating an OT/ICS SOC (11 July 2019)

In this edition of SANS Community Night scheduled on 11 July 2019 in Singapore, SANS Certified Instructor Robert M. Lee will give a talk titled “Building and Operating an OT/ICS SOC”. Security operations is an important aspect of countering targeted cyber threats. As organizations look at their industrial networks, such as the operations technology (OT) and industrial control systems (ICS), the discussion naturally comes up on whether or not to include them into the IT SOC or to establish an OT SOC.

This presentation will walk through that decision process, right sizing security for your organization as it relates to OT/ICS, and how to build and operate the OT SOC (whether it’s a dedicated entity or integrated).

Robert M. Lee is the CEO and Founder of Dragos Security LLC, a critical infrastructure cybersecurity company, where he pursues his passion for control system traffic analysis, incident response, and threat intelligence research.

Rob is a SANS Certified Instructor, the course author of SANS ICS515 – “Active Defense and Incident Response,” and the co-author of SANS FOR578 – “Cyber Threat Intelligence.” He is also a non-resident National Cyber Security Fellow at New America focusing on policy issues relating to the cybersecurity of critical infrastructure, and a PhD candidate at Kings College London. For his research and focus areas, he was named one of Passcode’s Influencers and awarded EnergySec’s 2015 Cyber Security Professional of the Year. Rob was also named to the 2016 class of Forbes “30 Under 30” for Enterprise Technology as one of “the brightest entrepreneurs, breakout talents, and change agents” in the sector.

Date: 11 July 2019
Time: 6:00PM – 7:30PM
Venue: Level 3 – Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, 392 Havelock Road, Singapore 169663

To register for the talk, please click here and log in with your SANS account to complete the registration.

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