14th Annual Security
& Compliance Summit

ICS Forensics, Transition to Practice

Abstract

The EPRI Cyber Security Program has formally kicked off collaboration on the ICS Forensics Working Group. This group is joined to foster collaborate efforts in forensics transition to practice for ICS practitioners; initially focusing on those in the electric sector. This working group will be a source for future EPRI project guidance and an opportunity for technology transfer. The working group leverages work performed by participating utilities, other stake holders, and by EPRI to: Provide a forum for the exchange of knowledge and best practices for forensics in electric sector ICS information technology and operational environments, sharing and analysis of current and next-generation concepts and technologies for improving utility security postures through the use of forensics science and techniques, increasing collaboration and information sharing between utilities, and the development of a detailed knowledge base repository supporting forensics analysis.

Glen Chason

Glen is a Principal Technical Leader – Cyber Security in Power Delivery and Utilization at EPRI. In this role at EPRI, Glen leads numerous projects in the areas of Threat Assessment, Incident Response, Forensics, and the analysis of security for embedded systems. He also provides technical leadership for other projects in the areas of, Malware Analysis, Timing Security, and Security Architecture. Glen also participates in working groups and technical committees on cyber security for the electric sector.

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