OMICRON Academy Online
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angielski
rWpuc04en
StationGuard, StationScout

Cybersecurity in Substations - Important Basics for Protection and SCADA Engineers

OMICRON Academy Online
Webinar (Zarejestrowane)
angielski
rWpuc04en
StationGuard, StationScout

Podsumowanie

Cybersecurity requirements are increasingly becoming part of the daily work of protection and control engineers. The aim of this webinar is therefore to gain some important basic knowledge of Cybersecurity in substations. In addition, the technical mechanisms of cyber attacks will be explained in order to gain a deeper understanding of Cybersecurity.
After this webinar you will be familiar with the basic concepts of a comprehensive Cybersecurity strategy for substation networks.

Cel szkolenia

  • Understanding the basic concepts of OT Cybersecurity
  • Learning how cyber attacks on substations work
  • Applying the NIST Security Framework v1.1 in substations
  • Understanding the security mechanisms in IEC 61850 communication
  •  

Content

  • Cybersecurity frameworks and legal requirements
  • How to apply the NIST Security Framework in substations
  • Previous cyber attacks and what we can learn from them
  • Basics of attacks, security holes and exploits
  • Security in IEC 61850 communication
  •  

Czas trwania

1:04 h

Informacje

Please use your official Email ID to register for this recorded webinar*.

*For the recorded webinar, we are using “Cisco Webex Events”. This is a Cisco Webex Meetings solution made available by Cisco Systems Inc. (San Jose, California, USA) to conduct our training sessions. For that purpose, your data submitted in the registration process needs to be forwarded to Cisco.

Audience

Protection, and SCADA engineers and security officers in utilities

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge about protection and SCADA systems

Rozwiązania

Intrusion Detection System StationGuard, cyber-secure IEC 61850 testing with StationScout

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