Establishing a cybersecurity operation—whether on a national or enterprise-level—is a multi-faceted proposition that requires sourcing the right talent and technology as well as laying down the methodologies required to respond to incidents effectively.
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OT network stakeholders realize that their networks are the backbone of society. These operational technology networks run infrastructure – from critical services like electricity production and water purification, and the elevators and traffic lights throughout every town and city. They run commercial industry – from auto manufacturing to food production, and everything in between. Yet despite their centrality to modern life, OT networks often run on legacy software and aging hardware. This makes them difficult to patch and highly vulnerable to malicious exploits.
In an era of network vulnerability, when OT networks are no longer the isolated islands they once were, knowledge is power. The more you know about your assets, the better you can protect them.
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IT and security leaders, who are tasked with managing ICS networks, repeatedly confront visibility issues and organizational challenges around ownership of IT and OT security.
In this webinar, Mr. Cecil Pineda, former CISO of Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and now CISO at Cyber Watch Systems, shared his vision and experience in successfully overcoming ownership and organizational challenges when managing a converged IT/OT airport infrastructure, and for obtaining visibility across IT and OT assets.
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Recognizing the increasing importance of producing qualified cyber professionals for both the government and private sectors, the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Framework provides a common blueprint for discussing cyber security profession roles.
Aligning cybersecurity training programs, be they in academia or vocational institutions, with the NICE Framework enables organizations to leverage best practices defined by NIST, including the knowledge, skills and ability required for each cyber security position.
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Higher-education institutions are recognizing the need to adapt computer science education for tomorrow’s occupational and technology needs. Innovative organizations are setting up cybersecurity degree programs, to set themselves apart and prepare their students for rewarding careers.
Download the webinar to hear Cyberbit and Mr. Frank Martinez, CISSP, IT security analyst, and Cyber Range instructor at Miami Dade College, discussing the opportunities in today’s cyber education market, and how leading universities are using cyber ranges in their cyber degree programs and distinguishing themselves as cybersecurity hubs.
Attacks on financial institutions in Asia are skyrocketing in 2018, with two recent high-profile attacks on Cosmos Bank and on the State Bank of Mauritius. These attacks exposed a concerning lack of alerts in BFSI organizations in India and Asia when it comes to advanced, targeted threats.
The webinar reviews some of the new threats that BFSI and large enterprises organizations are facing and present how forward-thinking financial institutions worldwide use advanced, AI-based technologies such as EDR and SOC orchestration to address these risks.
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Industrial Control Systems (ICS) are the backbone of the global economy. ICS solutions control the operational technology (OT) networks that run large-scale manufacturing facilities, critical infrastructure sites, and many more of the building blocks of modern society.
The OT networks running manufacturing facilities are highly complex and dynamic organisms. They include a broad range of processes, policies, services, and protocols. They also include many assets from multiple vendors – some of which may date back 20-30 years and run old, proprietary protocols which are not even IP-based.
Because of this diverse ecosystem, the legacy solutions that control large-scale OT networks are challenged to provide visibility into exact network structure – or even discover exactly which assets from which vendors are implemented. This security blind spot leaves OT networks highly-vulnerable to targeted attacks, malware and other cyberthreats. And OT networks are in the crosshairs of both nation-state and private players – as is evidenced by the string of OT-specific attack vectors in recent years (Stuxnet, Black Energy, Industroyer, and more).
Legacy ICS solutions were simply not designed to handle today’s volatile and incredibly complex threatscape. This is why OT network stakeholders are actively seeking solutions to help them identify and assess problems and vulnerabilities in mission-critical OT network assets, while at the same time optimizing connectivity and integration between IT and OT networks. Tighter IT/OT integration not only maximizes efficiency and productivity while enhancing competitiveness – it also markedly improves overall enterprise network security.
To meet the challenges of transitioning to a more secure, more efficient OT network, this whitepaper outlines the five crucial steps you should be taking.
Cyberbit Range supports the US National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Cybersecurity Workforce Framework (NICE Framework) framework, allowing meaningful hands-on training that covers KSAs for key NICE Framework Categories and Work Roles.
Cyberbit Range disrupts cybersecurity education with an immersive, virtualized simulation environment that lets students experience the pressure and complexity of real world cyber attacks and prepares them for a career in cybersecurity.
Learn how Cyberbit’s Cyber Range can help you align with the NICE Framework with rich training packages that offer diverse simulated attack scenarios.
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Over 16% of energy worldwide is hydroelectricity, but most infrastructure is antiquated and susceptible to cyber attack. Read how SCADAShield updated and secured the legacy OT network that generates and supplies energy for 300,000 homes.
An increasing number of higher education leaders are adding cyber range training to their curriculums to provide their students with hands-on, simulation-based practice sessions using hyper-realistic IT environments and attack scenarios. The approach of using a cyber range poses numerous benefits to academic institutions. A key decision in the establishment of an academic cyber range is whether to build it internally or buy a ready-made cyber range product. This white paper elaborates the pros and cons of building your own cyber range versus buying one off-the-shelf.
Discover the key elements required in an academic cyber range.
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The new SANS SOC Survey published in August 2018 shows limited satisfaction with current SOC performance and the lack of a clear vision of excellence or a pathway to excellence. Download the free SANS report with over 25 eye-opening charts revealing the state of the SOC for 2018.
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This whitepaper will describe how Cyberbit SCADAShield helps ICS organizations that seek the highest level of cybersecurity achieve Tier 4 adaptive risk management.
The SCADAShield platform enables organizations to move from simple ICS perimeter security to continuous ICS threat monitoring, asset discovery, and threat intelligence.
In particular, ICS-specific behavioral analytics and machine learning rapidly detect anomalous behavior.
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Higher education institutions recognize a tremendous opportunity in cybersecurity – one of the most sought-after fields today.
Academies can build and provide state-of-the art cybersecurity education programs to train the next generation of cybersecurity professionals. Just this year, several U.S. academic institutions launched their own cybersecurity degree programs, some of them incorporating hyper-realistic cyber simulation education, providing students with true-to-life cyber security experience as part of their studies
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Read how a major European energy company gained full visibility and security of OT network activity to detect cyber threats, system malfunctions, and network and equipment problems.
This whitepaper outlines hands-on exercises that should accompany core courses offered in academic cybersecurity degree programs.
Faculty and academic programming directors can use this guide to build cyber simulation exercises into every relevant course in their cybersecurity curricula.
Academic cybersecurity programs play an important role in preparing students for rewarding careers. Since the establishment of the world’s first computer science degree program in 1953, computer science has become an important field of academic research and one of the most important professions of our time. Today, just like in 1953, academic institutions recognise the enormous opportunity of this emerging field. Innovative colleges and universities have already launched their own cybersecurity degree programs.
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