Training Presentation: Ukraine Incident Industrial Control System (ICS) Demo and Briefing
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have been actively working with the government of Ukraine and other U.S. Federal Government entities to understand the December 23, 2015 attacks against Ukrainian power infrastructure. These events represent one of the first known physical impacts to critical infrastructure which resulted from cyber-attack. The attacks leveraged commonly available tools and tactics against the control systems which could be used against infrastructure in every sector. To increase awareness of the threat and provide additional context for the events in late 2015, ICS-CERT and the FBI will conduct unclassified in-person briefings as well as online webinars for asset owners and supporting personnel. The briefing sessions will provide details about the events surrounding the attack, techniques used by the threat actors, and strategies for mitigating risks and improving the cyber defensive posture of an organization.
When: Thursday April 14, 2016 9am - 10am
Location: Kansas City, MO. ** Additional details regarding the location/address of the briefing will be emailed with the confirmation of registration. Please retain a copy of your registration confirmation to ensure entry to in-person briefings.
Registration: See attached for details. Attendance is limited and approval will be based on association to critical infrastructure. As guidance, only asset owners, supporting organizations, ICS vendors, and government personnel will be allowed to attend. Attached is the Official Invitation that includes the registration website at https://secure.inl.gov/ics-cert-briefing/?campaignName=Ukraine%20Cyber%20Attack.