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Cyber Insecurity: Understanding Threats to Critical Infrastructures

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Cyber Insecurity: Understanding Threats to Critical Infrastructures

Course type:
Non-Technical Awareness Training

Target audience:
Security Professionals, IT Personnel, Corporate Managers, Intelligence Analysts, Police Investigators and Academic Researchers.

Objective:
Attendees will acquire an in-depth understanding of the cyber threat to critical infrastructure, the technological failures that have enabled these threats and the risks posed to individuals, organizations and societies.

Description:
The trainers will work through examples, case studies and empirical evidence to provide attendees the required knowledge to understand cyber threats to critical infrastructures in the context of today’s technological insecurities.

Overview:

Cyber Threat to Critical Infrastructures
o Water Sector
o Finance Sector
o Government Sector
o Transportation Sector
o Energy and Utilities Sector

Risk from Cyber Insecurity
o Blackout in Ukraine
o Hacking Traffic Control Systems
o Cyber Attacks on Water Utilities
o Cyber Heists against the SWIFT System
o Baku-Tbilisi-Cayhen Pipeline Explosion

Technological Insecurity
o Hacking Cars
o Smart Home Hijacking
o Spoofing Cellphone Towers
o Cloning Access Control Cards
o Breaking into Industrial Control Systems (ICS)

1 day training

Instructor: Tiago de Jesus, PhD

Training provided by :

Organized by:
the Infrastructure Resilience Research Group (IRRG)
Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Design
Carleton University

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