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October Meeting: 2018-2019 Social Kickoff (Axe Throwing!)

 

Thursday, October 11, 2018

 

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Cost:
Member: $20
Non-member: $20 (normally $25, but discounted for the start of the season)

 

Although we are getting a bit of a late start to the ISA 2018-2019 Season, we are aiming to start off strong with a fun event to kick the year off. Come join the Denver ISA Chapter for food, drinks and Axe Throwing.

 
6:00 – 6:30 Arrival and Registrations
6:30 – 9:00 Axe Throwing/Food/Socializing
 

 


May Meeting: ISA99 / IEC62443 Security for Industrial Automation and Control Systems – An Introduction to the ISA99 Committee and the 62443 Standards Resiliency in SCADA Systems

 

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

 

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Costs:
Member: $20
Non-Member: $25
Student Member: $15

 

Since the deployment of the first control system, engineering focus has always targeted 100% process availability with little thought to security, other than physical access. Today, a robust design must incorporate a wide range of engineering Good Practice starting with the conceptual design phase through the project end-of-life, in order to mitigate risks to public health and safety from dangers inherent in industrial controls. The International Society of Automation strives to mitigate risk by providing Good Practice standards developed from a wide brushstroke of volunteer experienced industry professionals. The ISA 99 Committee has been developing Good Practice Standards which are recognized across the globe as IEC62443 Security for Industrial Automation and Control Systems.This presentation will provide the participant a takeaway understanding of:

 

  • The ISA99 committee operation
  • An overview of the 14 series module work products that comprise ISA99/IEC62443
  • The key foundational components involved in developing a comprehensive Security Life Cycle
  • Potential viewpoints from various stakeholders involved in the Security Life Cycle
  • Definition and descriptions of the 4 Security Levels used in establishing  Zones and Conduits for Segmentation
  • Good Practice convergence of IT/OT/Functional Safety

 

Presenter: Glenn Merrell
Glenn A. Merrell, ISA Certified Automation Professional, has been working in a wide range of process and manufacturing industries since 1974 and has been a long time member of ISA serving on various ISA Denver Section board positions. Glenn currently serves as co-chair of ISA99 Work Group 10 drafting TR-ISA99/IEC62443-1-4 for Security Life Cycles and Case Studies and is also an active contributor of ISA99 /62443-2-3 (WG6) developing the Standard for Patch Management, ISA99-WG8 for ISA99 Communications and Outreach.

 

6:00 – 6:30 Arrival and Registrations
6:30 – 7:00 Dinner
7:00 – 8:00 Presentation

 

 
They have a large number of parking spots right in front of the venue!