=JeffH | 9 Oct 00:04 2011

fyi: Control System Cyber Security - State of the State

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Subject: [EE CS Colloq] Control System Cyber Security - State of the State *
	4:15PM, Wed Oct 12, 2011 in Skilling Auditorium
From: "Dennis Allison" <allison <at> stanford.edu>
Date: Thu,  6 Oct 2011 07:00:29 -0700 (PDT)
To: colloq <at> cs.stanford.edu

              Stanford EE Computer Systems Colloquium
                  4:15PM, Wednesday, Oct 12, 2011
Skilling Auditorium, Stanford Campus http://ee380.stanford.edu[1]

Topic:    Control System Cyber Security - State of the State

Speaker:  Joe Weiss
           Applied Control Solutions, LLC

About the talk:

Industrial control systems are used in electric power, water,
pipelines, etc. These systems were designed for performance and
safety considerations, not security. Traditional IT security
technologies, policies, and testing may not apply to these
systems. Moreover, there is currently no university with an
interdisciplinary program accross multiple engineering
disciplines to address control system cyber security. There have
already been more than 200 actual control system cyber incidents
to date, though most have not been identified as cyber. In the US
alone, there have been 4 control system cyber incidents that have
killed people, 3 major cyber-related electric outages, 2 nuclear
plants shut down from full power, etc. With the advent of
Stuxnet, cyber has been introduced as an offensive weapon. The
purpose of this presentation is to provide a state-of-the-state
view of control system cyber security.


Book: Joe Weiss, Protecting Industrial Control Systems from
Electrionic Threats[2]

CNN video: Idaho 'ground zero' in cyber-terror war[3]


There is no downloadable version of the slides for this talk
available at this time.

About the speaker:

(image) Joseph Weiss[4] is an industry expert on control systems
and electronic security of control systems, with more than 35
years of experience in the energy industry. Mr. Weiss spent more
than 14 years at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
where he led a variety of programs including the Nuclear Plant
Instrumentation and Diagnostics Program, the Fossil Plant
Instrumentation & Controls Program, the Y2K Embedded Systems
Program and, the cyber security for digital control systems.

Contact information:

Joe Weiss
Applied Control Solutions, LLC
(408) 253-7934
(408) 253-7974 Fax
(408) 832-5396 Cell
joe (dot) weiss (at) realtimeacss (dot) com
blog: http:www.controlglobal.com/unfettered[6]

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[ 4 ]    http://ee380.stanford.edu/Abstracts/111012-extbio.html
[ 5 ]    http://www.realtimeacs.com
[ 6 ]    http://www.controlglobal.com/unfettered
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