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Monday, October 19 • 10:00am - 10:30am
The ICS Risk & Vulnerability Landscape: What You Need to Know

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This session will examine the global state of the ICS risk & vulnerability landscape.

Topics covered will include:
  • An overview of all industrial control system (ICS) vulnerabilities disclosed during the first half of the year (1H 2020), as well as a closer look at those that pose the greatest risk to the availability, reliability, and/or safety of industrial systems
  • Key trends regarding the sectors, regions, vendors, and products affected by ICS vulnerabilities disclosed during 1H 2020
  • The most prevalent criticality scores, attack vectors, and potential impacts of these vulnerabilities and their implications for risk within industrial environments
  • Guidance for security practitioners on how to best interpret and action these findings in the context of their organization
   

Speakers
avatar for Rotem Mesika

Rotem Mesika

Security Research Team Lead, Claroty
Rotem Mesika is the Security Research Team Lead at Claroty with over 9 years of experience researching ICS and IT network security. Rotem specializes in designing network security systems, penetration testing, and threat intelligence. As the Security Research Team leader, she is one... Read More →
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Chen Fradkin

Security Researcher, Claroty
Chen Fradkin is a security researcher at Claroty with over six years of experience researching ICS and IT network security. Chen specializes in analyzing all components of network security, from protocols and topology to connected devices, as well as developing security systems. As... Read More →


Monday October 19, 2020 10:00am - 10:30am EDT
Main Stage