Public Safety Canada
Industrial Control Systems Security
Industrial Control Systems (ICS) are the automated systems used to deliver essential services to Canadians. ICS are responsible for everything from the electrical current that powers our computers, to the water that flows through our buildings, to the traffic lights that manage our daily commute. Public Safety Canada delivers ICS Security events aimed at strengthening the resilience of these critical systems.
Public Safety Canada's Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Security Symposium is an annual event aimed at assisting Canada's critical infrastructure owners and operators to better secure their most critical industrial control systems and information technology assets.
Planning efforts have begun for the 2020 ICS Security Symposium. Information will be posted here as it becomes available.
Public Safety Canada's Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Security technical workshops are focused on the development of basic incident handler skills for the ICS environment. The objective of this training is to raise awareness by giving a hands-on experience using real tools and targets. Participants will be expected to have a basic to moderate level of computer security training and proficiency within an incident response and/or network environment.
Details on the next ICS Technical Workshop will be posted here as it becomes available.
For questions or inquiries related to the ICS Security Symposium and Technical Workshops, please contact the Critical Infrastructure Cyber Partnerships Team.
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