Supply Chain Security: What can be expected from CIP-013-1?
- September 14, 2017
- 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Cybersecurity risks exist throughout all aspects of a utility company. The threats are real and the potential attacks are largely unpredictable. There have been several real world examples over the years of security attacks coming in the form of malware being embedded in products purchased, software installed, access given to aid in the deployment of new systems and poor security requirements stemming from the procurement of solutions.
In the very near future, registered utilities will need to address the mandatory requirements in NERC CIP Standards – CIP-013-1. This new requirement introduces 4 key requirements: 1) software integrity and authenticity, (2) vendor remote access, (3) information system planning and (4) vendor risk management and procurement controls.
This webinar explores these 4 key requirements and discuss the potential solutions that would be expected of your organization to satisfy compliance and, more importantly, support a more secure supply chain for your organization.
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Bill Johnson, President & CEO | TDi Technologies
TDi Technologies’ flagship solution, ConsoleWorks is a leading cybersecurity and operations platform for Privileged Access Users. The patented technology provides flexibility, automation, optimization, control and management capabilities that dramatically improve the ability to meet operational, compliance and security demands.
Leonard Chamberlin, Senior Security Consultant | Archer Security Group
Most recently, Leonard completed five years of service as an Energy Industry Analyst focusing on cyber security for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Leonard served as technical lead on audits (both observational and FERC-led), network architecture reviews, investigations, and NERC notice of penalties teams.
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