Mapping security frameworks to your critical assets
A focus on South East Asia guidelines
There are a plethora of different security frameworks available that help organisations manage and reduce cybersecurity risk to critical infrastructure and industrial control systems. Judiciously applying the correct framework will make your journey towards a secure CII environment more effective and less costly. It will also make your formal compliance efforts more streamlined.
Securing critical infrastructure really boils down to three activities - discovering and maintaining an accurate asset inventory, establishing baseline communications activities between assets, and detecting deviations from these baselines along with potentially malicious activities.
Identifying and understanding the right framework is key to successful execution of these activities.
This session will guide you in the use of key frameworks by leveraging recommendations from the The National Institute of Standards and Technology Framework (NIST) Framework for OT, the Singapore CSA OT Masterplan and key elements from the Singapore Cybersecurity Code of Practice for CII.
Who should attend?
Info security professionals in the South East Asian region who need a holistic security risk overview of both their IT and OT assets.
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Technical Director, Tenable Asia Pacific