Industrial Control Systems – A Security Course for Managers Unit 5: Introduction to ICS Cyber Incident Management
This unit will explore the six stages of incident response.
The ultimate aim of any Incident Response process is to be able to Identify something is wrong, deal with it as necessary and get the business back to normal as quickly as possible.
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Tim Harwood is a veteran of the security world and has been providing information security guidance and expertise to Corporate clients, the UK Government and the UK military for over 30 years. As Managing Director of Harwood Security and Training Consultancy, he provides direction for the company which he founded in 2013.
Tim’s professional background includes security capability strategy planning and development, information security capability framework design and implementation and security awareness strategy design and implementation. He has developed a security professional development framework for a global top ten oil and gas company, delivered training as a member of the SANS and Firebrand faculties and, as a thought leader, regularly presents at summits and conferences. In 2013, he participated as a Subject Matter Expert for the design of new certifications and training courses e.g. the GICSP certification and, as a result, now teaches the GICSP course for QA training company. In addition, he is an Assessor and Interviewer for the IISP for potential new members.
Tim is a Full member of the Institute of Information Security Professionals (M Inst ISP), a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (FCMI) and is the holder of the GIAC Security Leadership Certification (GSLC).
• Name the 6 stages of incident response
• Describe what each stage normally consists of
• IT Staff new to OT
• Procurement staff new to OT
• Operators/Engineers new to Cyber