Industrial Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructures - 2110
Course of Introduction to Industrial Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructures IC10 (2110).
- For ISA / ARPEL Members: USD 500, - per participant.
- For Non-Members: USD 600, - per participant.
* In the event that the client requests local invoicing from one of our subsidiaries in South America, the final price for each country may vary depending on local taxes and foreign trade laws in each country. At the time of completing the registration form you have a list of frequently asked questions.
At the end of the course you will be able to:
- The assistant will have a clear vision of the technical aspects of Industrial Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructures and the life cycle of a Program for Effective and Comprehensive Industrial Cyber Security.
- Understand the differences in scope and objectives of the multiple organizations that publish standards, guides, policies, recommendations and best practices for Industrial Cyber Security. You will learn to differentiate between each of them and what each one is for.
- Understand the Fundamentals and Priorities of Industrial Cybersecurity and its differences with Corporate Cybersecurity.
- You will be able to move forward with an Industrial Cyber Security Program in a much faster and safer way with a very high level of trust.
- It is ideal for every professional who wants to evaluate the next steps to follow, within the organization for which he works.
- It will help the professional interested in ICS & CI to plan their career and professional certification as well as confirm their expectations.
You will cover the following topics in the course:
- Definition of Critical Sectors, dependencies and interdependencies.
- Statistics of actual incidents and attacks in recent years and several example cases will be explained and analyzed.
- We will introduce the different ICS & CI norms and standards so that you recognize when and where each applies.
- Clearly identify the differences between Industrial vs. Corporate or IT Infrastructure and the importance of these differences to understand vulnerability protection and remediation methodologies.
- Requirements and Stages to follow in the Implementation of an Industrial Cyber Security Program for all Standards and Standards.
- Steps to follow for the successful implementation of an Industrial Cyber Defense System according to ISA99 / IEC-62443.
Who is it for?
- Recommended for all personnel in industrial sectors such as: energy, water, oil, gas, steel, food, pharmaceutical, and many others, which are related to the activities of critical infrastructure protection and control systems.
- The participation of IT security managers, systems integrators, industrial control system providers, plant engineers, production management and plant operation, industrial security, instrumented security systems specialists and maintenance personnel is recommended; either high or middle management.
- Teachers specialized in related careers.
It does not have specific requirements. However, it is recommended that the professional possess knowledge of:
- Systems for Supervision and Automation of Industrial Processes, such as: Distributed control systems and SCADA systems, as well as knowledge of Industrial Systems Networks, Industrial Protocols, Field Buses, etc.
- Knowledge of IT, Corporate Data Networks and prior knowledge in Corporate Cyber Security.
Participants will receive the material digitally through the educational platform, including the following materials.
- Access to the lessons of the course online.
- Various documents, videos and complementary material so that participants can deepen.
- Access to the educational campus to download complementary information and software.
Modality and Schedules:
This course is available in all face-to-face modalities (in WisePlant Offices, in the Client's Plant, in Academy) and Virtual (Synchronous, Asynchronous and On Demand). Even in face-to-face modalities, the course requires participants to use the Educational Platform to access the abundant complementary material and to take the Final Evaluation.
Duration: 16 hours with the teacher, including the final evaluation.
Certificate: Industrial Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Agent
- CEU credits: 1,4
- The exam to obtain the certification is given in class at the end of the course. Available in Spanish, Portuguese and English.
Summary of the outstanding features of the course:
- Available in Spanish and Portuguese, both the voice over and the full material of the course. The course material will be available to consult in the Educational Campus (asynchronous) in both Spanish and Portuguese and English.
- Includes practical exercises online. Each attendee remotely accesses a dedicated computer networked from the campus with the rest of the course computers to perform various practical exercises on Cybersecurity in networks with specific software and applications.
- Abundant supplementary reading material.
- Virtual group study meetings until the exam even after the end of the course.
- The assistant can enter the Campus to consult the course material for a period of 1 year.
- Coaching, chat and blog 7 × 24 for a term of 1 year assisting in the implementation of practical knowledge acquired in your organization.
All participants who meet the requirements of the course and who successfully pass the final exam with a good grade will be awarded a Digital Badge. The Digital Badge certifies that the participant has attended the 2110 training course and has taken the final evaluation test with a good grade, verifying that said participant has assimilated the new knowledge in a reasonable way.