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ICS Vulnerabilities Happen - What Lessons can we Learn?

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Industrial Control Systems (ICS) are pervasive in today’s society, deployed in a number of sectors including power, water, gas and transport. ICS products are driving the so-called ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’, or Industry 4.0, automating existing manual processes. These systems, however, are also becoming the new target for adversaries, exploiting the interconnection of the traditional IT networks with the operational networks. In this talk, we will explore the challenges in protecting ICS devices, and how assurance of these systems to comply with the EU NIS Directive may be achieved, reviewing what vulnerabilities in the industrial space have happened in the past to predict what may be on the horizon, and how such vulnerabilities may be detected and prevented.

This talk is part of the Computer Security Seminars series.

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