Purpose: Provide Critical Infrastructure customers and academic students an understanding of the NIST Cybersecurity Critical Infrastructure Framework and how to apply the framework to new and existing SCADA applications and implementations.
The objectives of this book are as follows:
1. Establish an overview and introduction of the EO13636 Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity.
2. Provide knowledge, understanding, and application of the five functions of the framework.
3. Apply tools and standards to enable the framework implementation.
4. Apply industry security recommendations to meet the framework categories.
This eBook is being used as a class textbook in the Cybersecurity Curriculum at Eastern New Mexico University - Ruidoso taught by Professor Stephen Miller
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About the Author
Technical Specialist and Controls Engineer at InduSoft concentrating on cybersecurity, 3rd party product integration, specialized application development, and product marketing.
Mr. Clark has been in Automation, Process System, and Control System design and implementation for more than 25 years and was employed by Wonderware where he developed a non-proprietary means of using IP-Sec for securing current and legacy Automation, SCADA, and Process Control Systems, and developed non-proprietary IT security techniques. Industry expert by peer review and spokesperson on IT security; consultant, analyst and voting member of ISA- SP99. Contributor to PCSF Vendor Forum. Consultant to NIST and other government labs and NSA during the development of NIST Special Publication 800-82. Published engineering white papers, manuals, and instruction documents, developed and given classes and lectures on the topic of ICS/SCADA Security.
Associate Professor and Department Chair of Business and Information Systems/Cybersecurity Center of Excellence at Eastern New Mexico University - Ruidoso.
Mr. Miller has been in Information Systems profession since 1966 working in many business, government, and educational sectors; including being IT/Technology Manager and Advisor at ExxonMobil Global Information Systems. While there, he advised and assisted with projects for Univac Corp at NASA Mission Control including the Apollo 13 and Skylab missions, and TRW Controls, among others.
Stephen developed the online computer and network Cybersecurity Certification program at ENMU, and revised the Information Systems Associates Applied Science Degree Programs under INFOSEC 4011, 4016E, and Center of Academics (CAE-2Y) certifications. Recently Mr. Miller secured accreditation for ENMU-Ruidoso from the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cybersecurity (CAE-2Y IA/CD), joining only five other community colleges recognized under this new accreditation. The program curriculum is consistent with Security Certified Network Professional (SCP) Network Defense and Countermeasures, International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS) Certification, and the CompTIA Security and Certification.
He is currently developing the coursework for the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Certification Program. This is eBook is the textbook for that course.