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How Stuxnet Ruined My Life For 6 Months (But I Got To Fly 1st Class A Lot) - Chris Raiter, Jeremy Smith BSides Columbus Ohio 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

How Stuxnet Ruined My Life For 6 Months (But I Got To Fly 1st Class A Lot)
Chris Raiter, Jeremy Smith
BSides Columbus Ohio 2018

Government regulations, unreasonable deadlines, management bonuses, competing interpretations of standards, Hollywood hacking, and a collection of really old hardware combine for an interesting SIEM implementation project in the Operational Technology (OT) side of a high-security environment. Hear how the presenters from Kenexis overcame these challenges to successfully complete SIEM projects in the nuclear power generation industry.

Mr. Raiter supports projects where the technologies of Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and IT networks converge. He has 20 years experience in the Information Technology field with focuses on security, virtualization, networking, and cloud technologies. He uses his experience from the IT sphere to bridge the knowledge gap between the stakeholders of the operational and business networks. His industry experience includes oil & gas, petrochemical, and electric power generation.

Mr. Smith has 10 years of experience in the Information Technology field with focuses on security, virtualization, networking, training and implementation. Mr. Smith’s industry experience includes financial, medical, and industrial fabrication facilities.

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