With the new Industrial Network standards like ISA-IEC62443 companies are evolving their IT and OT networks to face evolving threats. This presentation will cover industrial networking best practices, secure architectures and segregation techniques that can be used by all businesses to prevent a minor business network breach from becoming an industrial catastrophe.
Topics Covered in this Seminar Include:
Principal Cyber Security Manager
Jeff Melrose is a voting Board Member and Technical Committee member of the ISA Security Compliance Institute (ISCI) which develops the conformance specifications to the ISA 99/IEC 62443 ICS cyber security standard and is a voting member of IEC/TC65 committee preparing conformance testing
schemes under IEC 62443 ICS cyber security standards.
He has over 20 years of experience in Designing secure system for the US Department of Defense, US Intelligence Community and various commercial companies.
Jeff has BS and MS degrees in Mathematics and holds the CEH, CISSP, ISSEP and GICSP security professional certifications.
Jeff is also a member of AFPM, ISA99, IEC Cyber Security Task Force and ISC(2).
Jeff has spoken at national and international cyber security conferences for MIT (IC)3, Lockheed, Yokogawa, Smart Industry IIOT, SANS, US DHS-ICSJWG, AFPM, and Black Hat. He continues to work closely with the US DHS ICS-CERT organization on ICS cyber vulnerabilities and also with cyber researchers around the world. Jeff, an accomplished security researcher, has been written about by Yomiuri, Kyoto News Agency, Hitachi Security News, Energy Wire, CS Monitor, CIO Magazine, Investor’s Business Daily, PC World. Jeff has been interviewed by USA Today, Vice/Motherboard, RT America, Dark Reading and BBC World News. Jeff is an accomplished Remote Drone pilot - a skill he uses in his security research.
Jeff is currently the Principal Cyber Security Manager for Yokogawa Corporation, a leading supplier of Industrial Controls and Sensors. Prior to his assignment with Yokogawa, he was a Principal Security Engineer at Lockheed Martin and Raytheon designing secure systems for the US Military and US Intelligence Community. In those roles, he led Security Designers creating secure wireless technologies, developing secure networks and cryptographic infrastructures for the most paranoid of customers.