EC COUNCIL ICS SCADA CYBERSECURITY TRAINING

                                          English and Arabic 

5 Days Course

OVERVIEW

Industrial automation processes use industrial control systems (ICS) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems to control industrial processes locally or remotely and to monitor, gather, and process real-time data.   As the rapid growth of interconnectivity among systems continue (i.e., Internet of Things, Industrial Internet), ICS and SCADA systems are now accessible and becoming high–priority targets for hackers. Cyber criminals have already developed malware threats that can disrupt industrial Operation Technology (OT). Due to the potential impact of an attack on the physical safety of communities, employees, or customers, ICS/SCADA security is an even higher priority than traditional IT systems.   The ICS/SCADA Cybersecurity course is a hands-on training module that teaches the foundations of security and defending network architectures from attacks. Students will learn to think like a malicious hacker to defend their organizations.   ICS/SCADA teaches powerful methods to analyze risks possessed by network infrastructure in IT and corporate spaces. Once your foundation or basic concepts are clear, you will learn a systematic process of intrusion and malware analysis. After this, you will learn about digital forensic process and incident response techniques upon detecting a breach.

PREREQUISITES

Course participants need to have a basic understanding of networking and system administration, TCP/IP, networking design/architecture, vulnerability assessment, and risk methodologies. This course covers many of the core areas of security and assumes a basic understanding of technology, networks, and security.  
  • Linux operating system fundamentals, including basic command line usage.
  • Conceptual knowledge of programming/scripting.
  • Solid grasp of essential networking concepts (OSI model, TCP/IP, networking devices, and transmission media).
  • Understanding of basic security concepts (e.g., malware, intrusion detection systems, firewalls, and vulnerabilities).
  • Familiarity with network traffic inspection tools (Wireshark, TShark, or TCPdump) is highly recommended.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This course is designed for IT professionals who manage or direct their organization’s IT infrastructure and are responsible for establishing and maintaining information security policies, practices, and procedures. The focus in the course is on the Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Systems.   Job Roles
  • SCADA Systems personnel.
  • Business System Analysts who support SCADA interfaces.
  • System Administrators, Engineers, and other IT professionals who are administering, patching, securing SCADA, and/or ICS.
  • Security Consultants who are performing security assessments of SCADA and/or ICS.

COURSE OUTCOME

By end of the course, you will be able to:  
  • Better understand various industrial control systems and their purpose, application, function, and dependencies on network IP and industrial communications
  • Work with control network infrastructure design (network architecture concepts, including topology, protocols, and components) and their relation to IEC 62443 and the Purdue Model.
  • Run Windows command line tools to analyze the system looking for high-risk items
  • Run Linux command line tools (ps, ls, netstat) and basic scripting to automate the running of programs to perform continuous monitoring of various tools
  • Work with operating systems (system administration concepts for Unix/Linux and/or Windows operating systems)
  • Better understand the systems’ security lifecycle
  • Better understand information assurance principles and tenets (confidentiality, integrity, availability, authentication, non-repudiation)
  • Use your skills in computer network defense (detecting host and network-based intrusions via intrusion detection technologies)
  • Implement incident response and handling methodologies
  • Map different ICS technologies, attacks, and defenses to various cybersecurity standards including NIST Cyber Security Framework, ISA/IEC 62443, ISO/IEC 27001, NIST SP 800-53, Center for Internet Security Critical Security Controls, and COBIT 5

TRAINING HANDS-ON

  • Programming a PLC

  • Programming an HMI

  • Architecting a Secure DCS

  • Finding Passwords in Embedded Devices

  • Exploring Fieldbus Protocols

  • Network Capture Analysis

  • Enumerating Modbus TCP

  • Network Forensics of an Attack
  • Bypassing Auth with SQL Injection
  • Password Fuzzing
  • Baselining with PowerShell
  • Configuring Host-Based Firewalls
  • Windows Event Logs
  • Finding Remote Access
  • Incident Response Tabletop Exercise

COURSE STRUCTURE AND AGENDA

Module – 01

Introduction to ICS/SCADA Network Defense

  •         IT Security Model
  •         ICS/SCADA Security Model

LAB: Security Model

  •     Security Posture
  •     Risk Management in ICS/SCADA
  •     Risk Assessment
  •     Defining Types of Risk
  •     Security Policy

LAB: Allowing a Service

Module – 02

TCP/IP 101

  • Introduction and Overview
  • Introducing TCP/IP Networks
  • Internet RFCs and STDs
  • TCP/IP Protocol Architecture
  • Protocol Layering Concepts
  • TCP/IP Layering
  • Components of TCP/IP Networks
  • CS/SCADA Protocols
Module – 03

Introduction to Hacking

  • Review of the Hacking Process
  • Hacking Methodology
  • Intelligence Gathering
  • Footprinting
  • Scanning
  • Enumeration
  • Identify Vulnerabilities
  • Exploitation
  • Covering Tracks

LAB: Hacking ICS/SCADA Networks Protocols

  • How ICS/SCADA Are Targeted
  • Study of ICS/SCADA Attacks
  • ICS/SCADA as a High–Value Target
  • Attack Methodologies In ICS
Module – 04

Vulnerability Management

  • Challenges of Vulnerability Assessment
  • System Vulnerabilities
  • Desktop Vulnerabilities
  • ICS/SCADA Vulnerabilities
  • Interpreting Advisory Notices
  • CVE
  • ICS/SCADA Vulnerability Sites
  • Life Cycle of a Vulnerability and Exploit
  • Challenges of Zero-Day Vulnerability
  • Exploitation of a Vulnerability
  • Vulnerability Scanners
  • ICS/SCADA Vulnerability Uniqueness
  • Challenges of Vulnerability Management Within ICS/SCADA

 

LAB: Vulnerability Assessment

  • Prioritizing Vulnerabilities
  • CVSS
  • OVAL
Module – 05

Standards and Regulations for Cybersecurity

  • ISO 27001
  • ICS/SCADA
  • NERC CIP
  • CFATS
  • ISA99
  • IEC 62443
  • NIST SP 800-82
Module – 06

Securing the ICS network

  • Physical Security
  • Establishing Policy – ISO Roadmap
  • Securing the Protocols Unique to the ICS
  • Performing a Vulnerability Assessment
  • Selecting and Applying Controls to Mitigate Risk
  • Monitoring
  • Mitigating the Risk of Legacy Machines
Module – 07

Bridging the Air Gap

  • Do You Really Want to Do This?
  • Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Guard
  • Data Diode
  • Next Generation Firewalls
Module – 08

Introduction to Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)

  • What IDS Can and Cannot Do
  • Types IDS
  • Network
  • Host
  • Network Node
  • Advantages of IDS
  • Limitations of IDS
  • Stealthing the IDS
  • Detecting Intrusions
  • LAB: Intrusion Detection
  • Log Analysis
  • ICS Malware Analysis

LAB: ICS Malware Analysis

  • Essential Malware Mitigation Techniques
  • ICS/SCADA Network Monitoring

ICS/SCADA IDS

  • Essential Malware Mitigation Techniques
  • ICS/SCADA Network Monitoring
  • ICS/SCADA IDS

 

EXAMINATION & CERTIFICATION

The ICS/SCADA Cybersecurity course is a hands-on training which will enable you to learn the foundations of security and defend architectures from attacks. You will look at the concept of “thinking like a hacker” to learn techniques to defend from the types of attacks that are commonly conducted against the oil and gas IT corporate and control network.

 

ICS/SCADA Cybersecurity exam is available either at the ECC Exam Center or online.


ICS/SCADA Cybersecurity Exam Details

Duration: 2 Hours
Questions: 70