Incident Handling Essentials - What to do in case of a security incident?
The value of a product security incident response team for industrial manufacturers
Manufacturers of industrial components are also increasingly confronted with the issue of security vulnerabilities and vulnerability reports from external security researchers due to the increased use of software components in products. But what do you need to be able to deal with such reports?
In the presentation of our partner LIMES Security, current security developments and the motivation for industrial Product Security Response Teams will be discussed. Important terms related to vulnerability handling as well as the vulnerability research ecosystem will be explained.
The presentation is aimed at product managers and product security managers at manufacturers who want to ensure that vulnerability reports in products and services are handled correctly.
Webinar content in detail:
- Security development & motivation for an industrial PSIRT (Product Security Incident Response Team).
- Terminology related to vulnerability handling
- Understanding the Vulnerability Research Ecosystem
- What does a PSIRT actually do? Common PSIRT services explained
- Summary of how a PSIRT can help product and software vendors
The presenter is Prof. Thomas Brandstetter, an internationally recognized OT cybersecurity expert with more than 15 years of experience in IT/OT Security. He is Professor of IT Security at the University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten, Honorary Professor at the Cyber Technology Institute of the UK's DeMontfort University, and co-founder of the consulting firm Limes Security.
Mr. Brandstetter is also an
Prof. Thomas Brandstetter
Instructor for the renowned American SANS Institute, where he teaches Industrial Security courses in Europe as well as in the Middle East.
Initiator and Conference Chair of the Industrial Control System Cyber Security Research (ICS-CSR) conference series,
a renowned international research conference on Industrial/OT Security, organized in cooperation with Airbus and DMU since 2013.
Member of the Review Board of the Blackhat Conference, the largest and most well-known international conference on cyber security.
Mr. Brandstetter gained particular notoriety due to previous roles as incident handler of the notable Stuxnet malware for Siemens, as well as founder of the Siemens Product Cyber Emergency Readiness Team.
- Product and project managers
- Development managers
- Security Managers
- General Managers
Date and place:
- Wednesday, 21.10.2020
- 15:00 - 16:00
- Ginzinger Online Webinar Room
Participation is free of charge. Seats are limited.