Warning: Hackers Can Destroy Your SCADA Supervision Station

SCADA Malware Infection In 2 Simple Steps


Live Online Demo: May 21st at 12pm EST  Signup Here

In this live 20-minute demonstration you will see how easily a hacker can create a payload with Metasploit 4.0 and infect a SCADA Supervision Station using a USB stick.

This demonstration has been specifically designed for Automation Security ManagersIndustrial Managers and Industrial Directors who work within the following sectors:

  • Water Management
  • Utilities
  • Oil & Energy
  • Public Health
  • Transportation
  • Public Security Services
  • Military
  • Telecommunication
  • Food & Beverages
  • Chemical

After attending the free demonstration you will gain a valuable insight into:

  • How to implement controls that will prevent your SCADA network from attack (including disabling Autorun and deploying GPOs to control access to USB ports)
  • How Hackers are using Social Engineering to attack your critical infrastructure
  • How to develop an effective Security Policy that counters the belief that SCADA networks are secure because they are disconnected from the Internet and use of specialized protocols and proprietary interfaces

Live Online Demo: May 21st at 12pm EST

The information presented during your live demonstration forms part of a two-day
SCADA security boot camp that will be offered in Miami, FL on June 22nd and 23rd.

( Source : Scada-Training )

May 20, 2013

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