Cybersecurity Compliance: Meeting Updated TSA Guidelines for Oil & Gas Pipelines

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Michael Leonard, Sr OT System Engineer at Xage Security

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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has updated and renewed their Security Directive for oil and gas pipeline operators as of July 2023. And with the new requirements comes a heavy focus on testing and auditing. In this webcast, Michael Leonard, Sr OT System Engineer at Xage Security, sits down with Keith Ward of ActualTech Media to discuss these changes to provide guidance to oil and gas pipeline operators. What you'll learn: -The five Cybersecurity Incident Response Plan (CIRP) objectives identified by TSA -Timelines and CIRP testing requirements every pipeline operator needs to know -How to meet the new challenges and fulfill requirements introduced in the latest TSA guideline update (02D)
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