Hardware and software systems that communicate with the physical world are collectively referred to as operational technology (OT). With a desire to integrate IT skills into physical systems that either replace or enhance the current physical control components, it has developed steadily through time. The evolution of OT has been facilitated by technologies like smart buildings, smart transportation, and the Internet of Things, which have reduced costs and improved performance. This development indicates a rising need for professionals with the knowledge and skills to deal with OT.
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The physical equipment, procedures, and infrastructure employed in a variety of industrial settings, including transportation, energy, manufacturing, and utilities, are monitored or controlled by OT. OT systems are made up of connected control elements that operate together to achieve a certain goal. The Fundamentals of OT/ICS Security course from InfosecTrain aims to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the entire OT/ICS components, architecture, tools, technologies, best practices and much more.
InfosecTrain is a proficient security training and consulting organization across the globe that specializes in various IT security courses and services. Our OT/ICS training aims to teach the candidates all about the fundamentals of Operational Technology. You can leverage the following benefits with InfosecTrain:
Introduction to OT/ICS Security
Understanding OT/ICS Components and Architecture
Threat Landscape and Vulnerabilities
Risk Assessment and Management
OT/ICS Security Best Practices and Standards
Overview of Tools and Technologies for OT/ICS Security
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IT focuses on data and communication, while OT focuses on behaviors and results. Connectivity is an inherent characteristic of IT systems, whereas OT systems (especially ancient ones) are typically not connectable by nature.
Industrial control systems, building management systems, fire control systems, and physical access control mechanisms are examples of OT. Also, the hardware, software, and firmware components of a system used to directly control and monitor physical devices to detect or cause changes in physical processes are types of OT.
OT consists of industrial control systems (ICSs) such as programmable logic controllers (PLCs), distributed control systems (DCSs), and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems.
While the objective of cyber attacks against IT systems is the theft or alteration of sensitive data, the objective of cyber attacks against OT systems is typically to demolish or reduce the availability of the systems.
PROFINET, PROFIBUS, EtherNet/IP, and Modbus are the most common OT protocols.