The NATO COOPERATIVE CYBER DEFENCE CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE based in Tallin, Estonia, has announced a course on Industrial Control Systems (ICS) SCADA security. The course has a duration of three days, starting March 21, 2018 till 23. The course is designed for an audience involved in IT who has no tasks in ICS/SCADA security matters: the fundamentals will be treated so as to deliver knowledge to protect industrial field devices and PLCs (Programmable Logic Control). Hands‐on exercises are planned as pat of the course.
As stated in the course announcement, the objectives are that the attendees be able to understand the PLC ladder logic programming; prepare or manipulate communications exploit and control; use Industrial Protocol spoofing and fuzzing; design industrial wireless analysis; apply HMI exploit analysis and control; and discover attribution and forensics in control systems.
- Administrating Windows and Linux based systems
- Understanding of the main networking protocols
- Capability to use virtual machines for training environment (Virtual Box or similar)
- English language skill comparable to STANAG 6001, 188.8.131.52
For course registration and for request of further information visit this webpage