Industrial Control Systems/SCADA

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Industrial Control Systems are the backbone of manufacturing plants, utilities, and critical infrastructure world-wide. Are your ICS security personnel prepared for cyberattack?

Exercises in this category provide realistic attack and defense scenarios on ICS networks. All exercises include active monitoring so you know how far you've gotten!

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ICS OT Man in the Middle Attack
Would you know if a device on your Operational Technology (OT) network was compromised on its way from the factory to you? Or if a contractor inadvertently installed some malware that didn't activate until months later?

This scenario presents just such an attack on the OT network—one of the existing devices on the network is intercepting and modifying SCADA traffic. It could be producing false measurements, or be sending commands to an unsuspecting device on behalf of the SCADA Server!


ICS IT/OT Phishing Attack
It only takes one user clicking on a phishing e-mail to launch a devastating attack. Successful phishing attempts give an attacker access to your IT network resources, and possibly your OT network as well.

This scenario presents just such an attack—one of the users on the IT side of the network has inadvertently opened a malicious e-mail attachment. What are the consequences to the IT and OT networks, and how can this be contained and neutralized?


ICS OT Application-Level DoS Attack
A Denial of Service (DoS) attack can cripple your business operations, or do even worse to your physical infrastructure. How will you find and stop such an attack? How will your personnel perform when the system is in a degrated state?

 

This scenario presents just such an attack on the OT network—a DoS attack at the application layer, aimed at disrupting normal operations.

 


ICS OT Network-Level DoS Attack
A Denial of Service (DoS) attack can cripple your business operations, or do even worse to your physical infrastructure. How will you find and stop such an attack? How will your personnel perform when the system is in a degrated state?

This scenario presents just such an attack on the OT network—a DoS attack at the network layer, flooding your systems with bogus data and slowing operations to a crawl.

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