Have you ever read an ICS advisory from a vendor/CERT, or even a CVE record, and wondered what the consequences are after reading between the cybersecurity language, software/hardware lingo, and vendor product speak?

To be fair, we often hear questions surrounding these reports by asset owners, including whether the whole process is broken, but we believe that the basics can be taught, and advisories can be informative for security programs too!

Advisories and CVEs should not be scary, but after attending this session, we hope asset owners can review an advisory and determine if they have affected assets, what is the core issue is. identification of potential impacts, and what might be done about the risks.


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