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Industrial Cybersecurity - Second Edition

By : Pascal Ackerman
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Industrial Cybersecurity - Second Edition

By: Pascal Ackerman

Overview of this book

With Industrial Control Systems (ICS) expanding into traditional IT space and even into the cloud, the attack surface of ICS environments has increased significantly, making it crucial to recognize your ICS vulnerabilities and implement advanced techniques for monitoring and defending against rapidly evolving cyber threats to critical infrastructure. This second edition covers the updated Industrial Demilitarized Zone (IDMZ) architecture and shows you how to implement, verify, and monitor a holistic security program for your ICS environment. You'll begin by learning how to design security-oriented architecture that allows you to implement the tools, techniques, and activities covered in this book effectively and easily. You'll get to grips with the monitoring, tracking, and trending (visualizing) and procedures of ICS cybersecurity risks as well as understand the overall security program and posture/hygiene of the ICS environment. The book then introduces you to threat hunting principles, tools, and techniques to help you identify malicious activity successfully. Finally, you'll work with incident response and incident recovery tools and techniques in an ICS environment. By the end of this book, you'll have gained a solid understanding of industrial cybersecurity monitoring, assessments, incident response activities, as well as threat hunting.
Table of Contents (26 chapters)
1
Section 1: ICS Cybersecurity Fundamentals
6
Section 2:Industrial Cybersecurity – Security Monitoring
12
Section 3:Industrial Cybersecurity – Threat Hunting
17
Section 4:Industrial Cybersecurity – Security Assessments and Intel
19
Chapter 15: Industrial Control System Risk Assessments
22
Section 5:Industrial Cybersecurity – Incident Response for the ICS Environment

Recap of the first edition

If you have not yet read the first edition of Industrial Cybersecurity, now would be the time to do so. It covers in detail how to get from zero to hero on implementing an industrial cybersecurity program, to define a secure ICS environment and network architecture that fits your organization's needs and requirements.

Reading the first edition is not a requirement though, as the first four chapters of this book will recap on relevant topics and get you on track to follow along and understand the material presented in this second edition.

Without further ado, let's start our journey with a recap of ICS (cybersecurity) principles and practices.