I did a podcast for Derek Harp at CS2AI on control system cybersecurity. The podcast was to educate listeners that control systems are composed of process sensors, actuators, drives, controllers, HMIs, networks and network devices because operational technology (OT) cybersecurity practitioners have limited the discussion to the HMIs, OT networks and OT network devices.
The podcast also discussed the difficulty in identifying control system events as being cyber-related. That is, you can’t hide a pipe rupturing, a train crashing, a refinery exploding or the lights going out. However, these incidents are generally described as mechanical or electric failures, as there is often no training that would enable operators to identify these incidents as possibly being cyber-related.
According to Derek Harp’s release of the podcast: “Great news! Our latest podcast episode is officially live and ready to be heard. You can dive right into it by clicking here: 96: Exploring the Depths of Industrial Cybersecurity with Joe Weiss: A Legendary Return to the Podcast.” He continued, “your insights were pure gold during our conversation, and I'm sure our audience will find them not just informative, but also super engaging.”
I hope you find it of interest.