Implementing the right software-based protection tools is just one aspect of fully securing industrial facilities. Employee training is also critical – human error due to a lack of cybersecurity knowledge and awareness is the leading cause of cyber-incidents. Kaspersky offers short, intensive training courses for everyday users of computer-based systems as well as for IT/OT security experts, ICS operators and engineers. All courses are conducted face-to-face by our in-house experts, unless otherwise specified.
Specifically designed for those with who work hands-on with industrial control systems and equipment, and for those directly responsible for IT/OT Security. Lead by experts in the field, participants will gain a new insight into their current threat landscape and attack vectors specifically targeting their industrial environment, as practical scenarios are outlined and explored. By the end of the course, participants will be armed with all the skills needed to draw up their own effective incident response plan, including a basic understanding of malware analysis and digital forensics. This course includes highly customized elements, and can be adapted to run over one or two days as preferred.
This course is suitable both for IT/OT Security Professionals already working with industrial systems and looking to develop their digital forensics skills, and for those already experienced in digital forensics in IT environments who are looking to move into ICS.
ICS presents many specific challenges and constraints when it comes to Digital Forensics. Tools and technologies developed for IT environments are often inappropriate or simply useless, so evidence collection, for example, becomes a manual process. Special attention must be given, too, to rapidly regaining control and returning the system or devices to a safe state.
Working with our Digital Forensics specialists, participants explore the unique aspects of ICS digital forensics, from identifying a genuine incident to data collection, examination, analysis and reporting in industrial environments, developing the hands-on skills and approaches required to become an expert investigator of ICS incidents and their implications.