SCADA/ICS Hacking and Security v5
Among the most important security topics of our era is SCADA/ICS security. This includes the security of the electrical grid, power plants, chemical plants, petrochemical plants, oil refineries, nuclear power plants, water and sewage systems and just about any other type of industrial control system.
To read more why you should study SCADA/ICS Security, check out this article here.
Hackers-Arise is now offering an online course for information security personnel to prepare them to secure these facilities. This course covers the following subject areas;
1. Introduction to SCADA/ICS Systems and Security
2. Why the SCADA/ICS security concern?
3. What makes SCADA/ICS security different?
4. SCADA protocols and systems
5. SCADA systems and components
6. SCADA systems and SCADA visibility and reconnaissance
7. PLC programming: modbus, DNP3 and PLC simulations
8. SCADA/ICS Risk Assessment
9. Hacking/Pentesting SCADA/ICS Systems (protocols and HMI)
10. SCADA/ICS Vulnerability Research and Threat Detection
11. Building a SCADA/ICS Honeypot
12. Securing, Monitoring, and Protecting SCADA systems
13. Detecting and Analyzing SCADA Attacks
14. Adapting an IDS to Protect SCADA/ICS Systems
15. Establishing Zones and Access Control Systems
16. SCADA/ICS Security Best Practices
17. Standards and Regulations
18. SCADA/ICS Case Studies
In addition, the U.S. NSA has contracted with OTW to train their cyber engineers in SCADA/ICS hacking and you can get the same level of training here.
No need to travel to a training center as this course will all be online with state-of-the art technology.
Upon completion of the course, students can sit for the prestigious C-SCADA-E certification exam.
The course will be offered January 15-19, 2024.
If you sign up as a Hackers-Arise Subscriber for $1000 for three years of cybersecurity training, this course is included.
To register for this outstanding and important course,
simply go to our course registration page here.
This course will be taught by the internationally recognized hacker/pentester, Master OTW. Master OTW has appeared on international news, David Bombal YouTube videos, Ukraine, and other hacker forums and podcasts
He was recently cited in an article on hacking SCADA/ICS by Voice of America News as the "anonymous hacker" who demonstrated how to hack the Schneider Electric Building Automation system which led to Schneider patching that system and making the world a safer place.