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Protecting Industrial Control Systems: A Comprehensive Training Program Covering ICS Fundamentals, Advanced Techniques
What you’ll learn
Basics to advanced of ICS /OT Cybersecurity
Handson practice on ICS protocols on Wireshark
Handson practice of powershell commands
Purdue Model in Details
Programing methods of PLC and Controllers
Communication mediums used in ICS
Are you interested in learning how to secure industrial control systems and networks?
Do you want to gain practical skills and in-depth knowledge of ICS fundamentals, protocols, operating systems, and communication networks?
Look no further than this comprehensive training program. This course is designed for beginners who want to gain a solid understanding of ICS and experienced professionals who wish to expand their knowledge and stay up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies.
In this course, you’ll start with the basics of industrial control systems, including general control system concepts, ICS processes, and the roles and responsibilities of different ICS personnel.
Explore an HMI example and how it interfaces with the control system
Understand the ICS process and how it operates within an organization
Delve into the Purdue Level in Details and Extended Purdue for organizing industrial control systems
Gain an understanding of programming languages such as SFC, FBD, Ladder Logic, Structured Text, and Instruction List
Program controllers and learn about field devices
Explore protocols and OSI layers, including TCP/IP, Ethernet/IP, EtherNet/CIP Wireshark, Modbus, Modbus Wireshark, Modbus Hacking, DNP3, DNP3_Wireshark, IEC 61850-8-1- GOOSE, IEC 61850-8-1 MMS, Profinet, Profibus, ICCP, and OPC
Learn about different communication mediums, their connectors, and the potential wireless attacks that can take place
Dive into the Windows operating system, including its lifecycle, compatibility, and various PowerShell versions (1 to 6)
Develop skills to maintain a secure and robust industrial control system.
Throughout the course, you’ll explore various operating systems commonly used in industrial control systems, for Windows and learn about their lifecycle, compatibility, security policy, and hardening techniques. “If you don’t have Windows machine ask me, I can give you access for that”
By the end of this course, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and skills to secure industrial control systems and networks against cyber threats. Whether you’re an ICS engineer, IT professional, or security specialist, this course will provide you with practical techniques and strategies to protect critical infrastructure and improve the security posture of your organization
Join us today and start your journey to becoming an expert in Industrial Control Systems!
Who this course is for:
Control engineers, integrators, and architects who design or implement OT systems
System administrators, engineers, and other information technology (IT) professionals who administer, patch, or secure OT systems
Security consultants who perform security assessments and penetration testing of OT systems
Researchers and analysts who are trying to have hands-on experience
Engineers who need practical understanding of systems
Vendors that are developing products that will be deployed as part of an OT system
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