ICS/Critical Infrastructure

3413 - One CyberSecurity Standard to Rule Them All?!

Wednesday, October 10
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: Floor 2: Galerie 1

Companies today are increasingly discovering that it is difficult to determine which standard they should implement to secure their company's data, assets and people. Within the manufacturing, oil and gas, and electricity industries, they have a responsibility to themselves but also to customer's demands to be secure and compliant. Which one should they use? NIST, ISO, UL, NERC CIP, IEC 62443? This alphabet soup of standards certainly gets confusing. Is there a right one to use? Should more than one be used? From the purchaser standpoint in regards to a long-term model for industry control systems and how commodity hardware and software are demanding a change in paradigm, but rate cases do not allow for it.


 

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James McQuiggan, CISSP

Product & Solution Security Officer
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

James R. McQuiggan, CISSP, is a product and solutions security officer for the Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy company. With more than 17 years working at Siemens, James has supported multiple energy divisions groups on NERC CIP regulations and other industry security regulatory and standard requirements.

James is the president of the (ISC)2 Central Florida Chapter. In 2016 he was the (ISC)2/ President’s Award winner for his valuable contributions toward advancing the information security profession. In 2017 he was awarded the first ever Julie Peeler Franz “Do it for the Children Award” as Volunteer of the Year for his work with the Safe and Secure Online Education program. He is also a member of the (ISC)2 North American Advisory Council.

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