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Joe shares his overall thoughts on the ACS conference

Overall ACS Conference Observations After a grueling week, I had a chance to collect my thoughts and have the following observations: - The attendees felt the Conference was a major success and want it to continue. - People will come if they think there is information of value.

Joe Weiss Discusses Thursday Session at the ACS Conference

2008 Applied Control Solutions Conference Blog - Thursday Here is the Thursday agenda:

Joe Weiss Reviews Wednesday Session at ACS Conference

2008 Applied Control Solutions Conference Blog - Wednesday Enclosed is the Wednesday agenda: Operations Data Network: How We Did It! Patching Issues with Modern and Legacy Control Systems Zoning Principals in a Production and Distribution Environment AMI Standards and Cyber Security Secure Network Architecture for Control Systems Cyber Security in...

Joe Weiss on the Tuesday activities at the ACS Conference

2008 Applied Control Solutions Conference Blog - Tuesday Here is the Tuesday agenda:

Thoughts on the ACS Conference

2008 Applied Control Solutions Conference Overview August 4-7 marked the Eighth Control System Cyber Security Conference. Times have certainly changed. When this Conference began in 2002, it was the only conference dedicated to control system cyber security, and conferences like Black Hat did not address control system topics.

Listen up Cyber-folks

Congressman James Langevin, (D) Rhode Island, keynotes the ACS Cybersecurity Conference: ...

Now you can watch Congressman Langevin

Congressman James Langevin, (D) Rhode Island, keynotes the 2008 ACS Cybersecurity Conference....

I'm at the Control Systems Cyber Security Conference

...and I'll be blogging about it for the next couple of days, but I'll be simul-blogging on Joe Weiss' blog, Unfettered, since Joe is busy running the conference. The over 100 attendees of the conference heard a video keynote from Congressman James Langevin, (D) Rhode Island.

Congressman Langevin’s Keynote Address

Congressman Jim Langevin, (D) Rhode Island, because he does not travel much, recorded his keynote on video.  Langevin is the first quadriplegic to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives. At the age of 16, Langevin was injured while working with the Warwick Police Department in the Boy Scout Explorer...

I’m sitting in for Joe, because he’s running the ACS Conference

so am I, ...and I’ll be blogging about it for the next couple of days, but I’ll be simul-blogging on SoundOff as well. The over 100 attendees of the conference heard a video keynote from Congressman James Langevin, (D) Rhode Island.