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NOTE: Due to high demand for the ICS Attack Demo, we have changed the start time for this event.

2:45 pm Doors open, check-in for training session
3:00 pm Training Session, Hacking a Control System
Gary Clark and Mike Haas, from The Ohio State University, will perform a LIVE cyber-attack simulation on Industrial Control Systems (ICS) followed by virtual attacks on ICS models from a workforce training perspective, covering common ICS vulnerabilities and attacks. The step by step demonstration will go from fingerprinting ICS systems to launching various attacks using commonly available tools often leveraged by attackers to compromise ICS systems.

4:00 pm Registration & Professional Networking (Food, Beer, Cigars)
5:15 pm 20-min Briefing followed by Panel Discussion: Hacking a Control System
6:15 pm Continue Professional Networking
7:00 pm Event Concludes

A big shout-out of appreciation to SPLUNK for sponsoring the food and beverages for this event!

Don’t forget to bring your EventBrite Tickets for the door prize drawings!
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/attacking-ics-systems-live-tickets-45979435730?aff=TechlifeMTUP

DISCUSSION LEADERS
Gary Clark is the Director of IT Risk Management at The Ohio State University. He has 25+ years’ experience in IT with 9 years’ experience directly in cyber security. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from Denison University and has CISA and CISCP certifications. Prior to Ohio State, Gary worked at AT&T in software development and architecture.

Mike Haas is a Senior Security Analyst at The Ohio State University and has over 16 years of IT/OT experience. He managed OSU’s building automation network for 11 years before joining Enterprise Security. Prior to OSU, Mike worked in IT operations for Huntington Bank and Walt Disney World Resorts. He specializes in ICS cybersecurity, process control networks, and building automation technologies. Mike holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Managing Information Systems from the University of Central Florida and currently resides on the CS2AI Columbus executive committee.