This course is accredited by:
Securing ICS - Becoming a Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional (GICSP)
This course provides an understanding of the detailed requirements that enables a student to attain the level required to challenge the GICSP certification. This is an intensive five day course which provides a student with an understanding of ICS security risks, how to identify them and, subsequently, how to reduce those risks. In addition, there is a detailed section on ICS Cyber Incident Response including a 3 hour table top exercise. The course follows a lifecycle approach from conception and design through to end-of-life.
By the end of the course you will know:
All of this course material is aligned to various ICS security risk frameworks e.g. NCSC, IAEA, NIST, etc
This course is intended for IT, Physical Security or OT practitioners working in CNI ICS environments. This course is also suited to individuals with a background in other disciplines such as cyber security who may require an understanding of the challenges in securing an ICS environment from both an IT and an OT perspective.
There are no specific prerequisites for this course and no laptop is required however knowledge of the basics of the general ICS environment is advised. This will be dependant on a students background e.g. whether from the IT side, the operational side or the physical security side. A reference handbook and supporting material e.g. glossary, templates, etc will be supplied to each attendee.
The course is divided into 11 sessions:
1 - Industrial Control Basics
2 - Cybersecurity Essentials for ICS
3 - ICS Security Governance and Risk Management
4 - ICS Architecture
5 - Hardening ICS
6 - Access Management
7 - Physical Security
8 - ICS Security Assessments
9 - Configuration and Change Management
10 - ICS Security Monitoring
11 - Incident Response Management
This course is a Skilled, certification level training course and is designed to provide IT, OT and Physical Security staff with a view of the 'other side of the firewall' and what their roles in securing their ICS environments is.
Continuous Professional Education credits
(ISC)2 and ISACA credential holders can receive 30 CPE credits for attending the course. Individuals are responsible for entering accurate membership or ID numbers upon registration to ensure relevant details are included on CPE certificates.
Dates and Booking Information
This course is run as a bespoke course for customers as well as delivered as a public course on behalf of Firebrand Training (www.firebrandtraining.co.uk).
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CPE Credits: 30