You're Invited! Register today for the first-ever exercise demonstrating an Incident Command System for Industrial Control Systems (ICS4ICS)

The ISA Global Cybersecurity Alliance (ISAGCA) invites you to an in-person Incident Command System for Industrial Control Systems (ICS4ICS) exercise at S4 on April 18th, 2022 between 3pm-6pm ET in Miami, FL! This is an industry led private-public partnership that is being stood-up by the ISAGCA in collaboration with government partners.

ICS4ICS is designed to improve global Industrial Control System cybersecurity incident management capabilities. The exercise will demonstrate how ICS4ICS works and showcase how it improves cybersecurity incident response for Industrial Control Systems.

To register your free spot, please fill out the form on the right. Please note that the venue will not support a virtual event. Will will be recording the exercise and will make the video available a week after S4.



ISAGCA joined forces with CISA and cybersecurity response teams from more than 50 participating companies to adopt FEMA's Incident Command System framework for response structure, roles, and interoperability.

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About S4

Setting a change resistant community to discover new ideas and innovative ways to use these ideas to deploy secure, resilient, and better ICS. S4x22 is 3 days on 3 stages, geared for an advanced audience creating the future.

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What to Expect at S4

The ICS4ICS exercise at the S4 conference will illustrate how an Incident Command System can be combined with cyber security processes and capabilities to manage cyber security incidents impacting Industrial Control Systems.

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ISA Global Cybersecurity Alliance (ISAGCA) is a collaborative forum of member companies to advance cybersecurity awareness, education, readiness, and knowledge sharing industry-wide on a global scale. Our objectives include expanding the development and use of industry standards, knowledge-sharing in an open environment, providing best practice tools to help companies secure their infrastructure, creating education and certification programs, and advocating for cybersecurity awareness and sensible approaches with world governments and regulatory bodies.
For many years, we’ve needed ICS4ICS to enable collectively organized cyber and physical responses in a unified way. Credentialing cybersecurity first responders is an important milestone in this valuable public-private partnership.
Megan Samford, ISAGCA Advisory Board chairperson, VP and Chief Product Security Officer of Schneider Electric’s energy management business