Due to overwhelming requests from the ICS Security Community, our next event will be held in Singapore near many of your global plants. We understand that engaging your plant-based automation, engineering and key IT colleagues in the larger cybersecurity conversation is critical to your success. Many colleagues struggle with how best to communicate their cybersecurity strategy and explain why the need to implement these programs is so important.
Through this two and a half day workshop, we hope to enable the conversation between your cybersecurity and manufacturing experts. We’ll offer sessions with the entire group as well as breakout discussions with separate technical and leadership tracks. We’ll cover ICS/SFN monitoring ideas and best practices, how to structure the security organization to quickly respond to an incident at the plant, how to translate technical requests for business leaders, and more. If there’s a topic you’re interested in presenting or brainstorming, please reach to
Heath Stockton for inclusion in the agenda.
We encourage you to join for the entire event (networking events + 2.5-day workshop) and invite your colleagues with an interest in the intersection of cybersecurity and manufacturing.
12:00p-1:00p: Registration & Networking Luncheon: Provided by H-ISAC
1:00p-1:30p: Welcome and Attendee Introductions
1:30p-2:00p: Introduction to the H-ISAC:Denise Anderson, President Health-Information Sharing and Analysis Center
2:00p-3:00p: Workshop Kickoff Discussion: Bill Phelps, EVP Booz Allen and Terry Rice, CISO MSD.
Bill and Terry will discuss the evolving/emerging threat landscape and the evolution of the life sciences industry, including the effects of globalization, moving to the cloud, and the significantly increased attack surface all manufacturers are facing.
Enable Objectives: Empower manufacturing leaders and plant staff to be cyber-aware and make informed cybersecurity decisions.
Enable Functions: Policy, Governance, Business Case Analysis & Reporting, Training & Awareness, Risk Management, Cybersecurity Assessments, Local Plant's Role in Cybersecurity, Cooperation Across Engineering, IT, and Information Security
5:00p-6:00p: Local Experience and Networking
6:00p-8:30p: Welcome Dinner and Networking provided by Booz Allen
Thursday, April 25th
8:00a-9:00a: Breakfast & Networking provided by H-ISAC
Identify Objectives: Understanding where risks and vulnerabilities can come from to better prioritize cybersecurity activities and controls.