13 Ways Through a Firewall
WEBINAR TYPE: Engineering Power-Hour
Credit hours for water operators & engineers: 1.00
Total Hours: 1.00
Live Date: 03/01/13
SUMMARY: Firewalls are a given—everyone assumes that every security posture includes a firewall. But are they really secure? Join us to see 13 ways to break through a firewall. Attacks include: Walking a USB stick past the firewall, phishing attacks, stealing a password, using essential connections to compromise servers, piggy-backing on VPN, split tunneling, firewall vulnerabilities, firewall configuration errors and omissions, forging an IP address, using default password, standing up a wireless access point inside the protected network, and using vendor back-doors. Note: One or two scenarios will be live, others will be screen shots, and some will be discussion only. For each scenario, compensating measures are briefly discussed and compared.
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PRESENTER: Andrew Ginter, Waterfall Security Solutions
Andrew Ginter is the Director of Industrial Security at Waterfall Security Solutions. He spent the first part of his career developing communications and control system products for a number of vendors, including Honeywell and Hewlett-Packard. At Agilent Technologies, he led the development of middleware products connecting industrial control systems to the SAP enterprise resource planning system. As Chief Technology Officer at Industrial Defender, Andrew led the development of the industrial security product suite. At present, Andrew represents Waterfall Security Solutions on standards bodies and works with customers to incorporate Waterfall Unidirectional Gateways into their industrial network designs. Andrew holds degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Calgary, as well as ISP, ITCP, and CISSP accreditations.