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Industrial 4.0 IOT/OT Security, Threat Detection and Mitigating Cyber Impact on Safety Systems
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Wednesday, September 19 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Working Group Break-out Sessions

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How can Asset Owners Transform their Mindset to Become Security Focused?
- To what extent is security an afterthought to operational availability? Lee: does security interfere or compete with operations
- The importance of a holistic understanding of security at different organisational levels
-  What are the steps that can be taken to make meaningful progress towards adopting a security minded approach?
- How will security impact work practices, user behavior, and user attitudes?
Led by David Hanlon
Why Configuration Management Strategy is Essential to Security
- Secure out of the box is a myth
- Understanding that user capability is essential to security and acting accordingly
- What essential steps need to be taken to effectively manage accounts, administrators and patching to ensure our systems are secure
- How much configuration is necessary to customize security features for a site?
- How does the asset owner know what needs to be configured and what values are necessary?
Led by Lee Neitzel
Are we on the right trajectory to develop a framework for secure and efficient ICS technology?
- What is the current state of ICS security and what are the fundamental challenges we face in the immediate and near-term future?
- How well are we developing standards that govern the balance of interoperability and diversity required of ICS technology to achieve operational excellence and security?
- Where should we draw the lines between transparency and privacy to optimise our resilience to risk?
- What steps do we need to take to defend the future?
What measures need to be taken to address the inadequacy of the resource stream at entry and mid-career level?
- What is currently in place to incentivize relevant skills development?
- Where are we lacking the necessary infrastructure to develop short, medium and long-term skills development in both the public and private sectors?
- What does a fit for purpose training and development standard look like?
- What objectives should be set and how can we sell the benefits of new initiatives?
Led by Tim Yardley
What needs to be prioritised to move towards more effective collection, processing and escalation of information on threats?
- How well defined is the threshold at which private sector threat information should be escalated to government authorities, and can we agree first on what should and must be shared?
- What do the mechanics of an effective information sharing infrastructure look like?
- To what extent do we have the national and transnational infrastructure in place to facilitate effective conversations?
How can the public sector better support a defined supply chain risk management strategy?
- What standards are currently available to define configuration management requirements across the supply chain?
- Do we need further regulation to attribute accountability, or can the market successfully self-regulate?
- What are the key points we need to address to reach agreement between public and private entities on a functional process to address supply chain risk?
- How do we move forward with measures to better facilitate supply chain management in partnership?

Wednesday September 19, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Citizen Hotel 926 J Street Sacramento, California 95814
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