You are invited to participate in a unique webinar series presented exclusively for AGA member companies to increase cybersecurity awareness in control system management. AGA is pleased to have the return of guest speaker Jonathon Gray, National SCADA Test Bed Research & Development Lead & Principal Investigator at the of the Department of Energy’s Idaho National Laboratory. The webinar series will review various control system cyber vulnerabilities and adaptations as a result of ongoing research in cybersecurity for critical infrastructure (including natural gas transportation) that have led to the development of guidelines, regulations,and best practices that impact your control system operations.
The series will cover techniques that may be useful in generating a baseline for a healthy cybersecurity program, including – Top 10 Most Critical Vulnerabilities, Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors, Characteristics of a Secure Protocol, and Adjustments & Actions That Make a Difference. The preliminary webinar will highlight this information, and each consecutive webinar will take the information to the next level of detail. If you are looking to strengthen your control system cybersecurity program, then please plan to participate. If you feel your corporate cybersecurity program is robust enough, then you are invited to participate anyway as a test to your system that you have all your bases covered. The preliminary webinar will be Monday, May 13th from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (eastern). There will be no charge for the webinar series, though registration will be necessary.
BONUS! Mr. Gray will be speaking in-person on May 23rdat AGA’s Operations Conference in Orlando, FL. Those of you already planning on attending the Operations Conference, please participate in Mr. Gray’s presentation, which will expand on what operators may be doing/done that could lead them to potential control system problems from a cyber perspective. If you will not be able to participate in this conference presentation, we will make sure to incorporate nuggets of information into the webinar series as it progresses.