Industrial control systems are essential to the safe and efficient operation of industrial processes in different sectors. Legacy control systems were isolated and used proprietary protocols, but modern systems increasingly use open standards and are heavily interconnected. Although this has resulted in improved safety and cost-effectiveness of operation, there is concern that these systems are vulnerable to cyber-attacks. This 3 hour long, hands-on workshop will show the weaknesses of these systems and introduce how to exploit them. The event is designed for participants with a basic knowledge of network traffic analysis, packet crafting and Python coding. CCDCOE will provide all necessary infrastructure on site. Further information will be communicated to registered participants by email prior to the event.
Please note this workshop takes place at a location different from the main conference venue, at CR14, Rävala tn 14.