This Cybersecurity Monitoring, Event Management, and Incident Response in the Energy Sector training course covers the most important activities to be performed in a strong defense system against cyberattacks to an energy plant. After the “supply chain attack” on cybersecurity companies in the USA such as SolarWinds early in December 2020, the cyberspace and all it entails including the Energy Sector is no longer the same. The SolarWinds cybersecurity breach is perhaps the major one thus far and has demonstrated that no system, no matter how carefully designed, is secure. The scale, significance, and damage of this incident is huge and will likely grow as more details of the breach are discovered.
By attending this training course, you will get a deep understanding of the crucial steps that are required to protect and defend energy and power plants from cyberattacks. Although the SolarWinds breach affected only the confidentiality of data, it is just a matter of time before other security properties such as application related data integrity is also compromised by similar attacks. If data integrity related to any physical real-world functionality such as those in the Energy Sector is compromised this can lead to disastrous consequences in the industry. Protecting cyber-physical systems in the energy sector requires resilience as well as strong defenses.
At the end of this training course, you will learn to:
Participants to this training course will receive a thorough training using several techniques that include coverage of material, discussions, breakout exercises, videos, and tests. The hands-on breakout exercises will be performed in groups and will enable participant to apply the material to real world scenarios with active discussions with other members of the group. Pre-tests and post-tests will measure what was learned in this training course.
The organisation will benefit from understanding the principles of cybersecurity of the Energy Sector with emphasis on monitoring, event management, and incident response and how these can be applied. Organisations who wants to apply the principles of cybersecurity to protect their assets and those of their stakeholders.
The organisation will benefit from this training course through:
The participants will gain or enhance their understanding and application of cybersecurity monitoring, event management and incident response.
The training course will be of personal benefit to delegates by enabling them to:
This Energy Training Centre course is intended for people involved in operations, software, services, energy and power infrastructure, IT experts, as well as researchers and consultants involved in cybersecurity, management, big data, communications, project management and energy and power plants.
This training course is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
DAY ONE: CYBERSECURITY AND THE ENERGY SECTOR
DAY TWO: ENERGY SECTOR MODELS, INFRASTRUCTURE, CYBERSECURITY THREATS & VULNERABILITIES
DAY THREE: ENERGY SECTOR CYBERSECURITY RISK ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION
DAY FOUR: ENERGY SECTOR MONITORING AND INCIDENT RESPONSE
DAY FIVE: ENERGY SECTOR AND CYBERSECURITY STANDARDS – CURRENT AND FUTURE PRACTICES
The Energy Training Centre Certificate of Completion will be given to the participants who
attended and completed the training course.
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