Today, ICS and OT Cybersecurity is no longer a topic in its infancy. Over the last decade however, much of the focus has been around increasing awareness and stand-alone technologies, and less on people, processes and frameworks. In this session, we will be discussing concepts of how to bridge the IT and OT gap with domain similarities and collaboration (as opposed to the usual discussions on the differences) – specifically around functional safety and governance frameworks. We will also analyze the feedback provided by 20 ICS Cybersecurity professionals that we interviewed in 2018, on real-world advice they would give to their C-levels in making their OT organization more secure and reduce their ICS Cybersecurity risk.
Justin Nga, CISSP
Justin brings over 20 years experience, and has been privileged to be part of the rapid IT/OT convergence that has taken place over the last decade. Starting his career as an Industrial Automation engineer, progressing into the domains of Industrial Networking and Industrial Cybersecurity, his cumulative experience helps him articulate pragmatic and functional Industrial Cybersecurity solutions and concepts – be they technical or commercial in nature. He regularly shares his experience at Industrial Cybersecurity events throughout APAC – In 2017, at the Industry of Things World Asia (Singapore), ARC Industry Forum (India), and HKPC Cyber Security for Industry 4.0 (Hong Kong). And in 2018, at the (ISC)2 Security Congress (Hong Kong), CIPRA (Malaysia) and Asia ICS Cybersecurity Conference (Singapore).
5:30 – 6:00 pm: Networking opportunity
6:00 – 6:05 pm: Welcome, plus any chapter business and updates
6:10 - 7:00 pm: Speaker (including Q&A)
7:00 - 7:30 pm: Networking opportunity to follow-up with the speaker and Chapter members