It seems like it’s every other day the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is issuing a new critical infrastructure (CI) condemnation on a government agency or an intrepid security researcher is playing out what would happen to our electrical grid if a ransomware attack were to occur.
But have we ever paused to consider exactly what it takes to protect critical infrastructure? In doing so, we can learn how to better protect ourselves.
This session will highlight the similarities and differences of what it takes to protect critical infrastructure compared to the enterprise.
Threat models are changing, which require a change in core capabilities necessary to protect CI. We’ll pull up some common tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) used in real world attacks using TruSTAR’s threat intelligence exchange platform to show how intelligence exchange can play a role in protecting CI in the future.
This session will be led by Paul Kurtz, co-founder and CEO of TruSTAR Technology and former Senior Director for Critical Infrastructure Protection on the White House's Homeland Security Council (HSC), as well as Shimon Modi, Director of Product & Technology at TruSTAR and former Cybersecurity R&D Manager at Accenture Technology Labs, where he led the innovation strategy and build out of the Industrial IoT security capability.