Control System Security Lessons from Boeing

July 2, 2014
Virtual Presentation: An insider's look into Boeing's development of best practices for securing industrial control systems in the face of increasing use of remote access technologies.

David Mattes, the founder of Asguard Networks, spent 13 years in Boeing’s research and development department where he focused on industrial control system security issues—specifically on segmenting connectivity for control system devices into private networks to securely connect them to and through Boeing’s enterprise networks. With remote access to control systems becoming ever more popular across manufacturing industries, Mattes explores both the problems and solutions surrounding control system remote access by explaining the approach to industrial control systems security he created for The Boeing Company. The video below captures Mattes' presentation from The Automation Conference 2014.

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