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Cyber Attacks

Bedrock Certified Channel Partner named to DHS ICSJWG Steering Committee

August 22, 2016

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) established the Industrial Control Systems Joint Working Group (ICSJWG) to facilitate information sharing and reduce the risk to the nation’s industrial control systems.  The ICSJWG is a collaborative and coordinating body operating under the Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council (CIPAC) framework. The ICSJWG provides a vehicle for communicating and partnering across all Critical Infrastructure (CI) Sectors between federal agencies and departments, as well as private asset owners/operators of industrial control systems. The goal of the ICSJWG is to continue and enhance the collaborative efforts of the industrial control systems stakeholder community in securing CI by accelerating the design, development, and deployment of secure industrial control systems.”


Bedrock is proud to announce that one of our Certified Solution Providers – Redi Automation of Lakewood, CO – was named to the ICSJWG Steering Committee. As a steering team member, Redi will represent the private sector of the ICSJWG, specifically input from the private systems integrator community to the ICSJWG who are doing much of the work in the control systems in the country. Their role is to provide input from the ICS systems integrator community and to carry the message of the criticality of the present ICS cyber risks to the public and private sector.  Even with all of the cyber-attacks that have been in the news over the last several years, there is still a lack of urgency in the greater public sector.  There is also a lack of understanding of the difference in the risks associated with control system cyber security versus that of the enterprise.  The exposures are different, the attack vectors are different, and the risks to the general public are profoundly different because of the quality of life and health vulnerabilities they include.   Our mission is to carry a message to be a force for change for the public good to provide clear guidance on how to protect our nations critical infrastructure from the cyber threats that are present and developing every day.

Cyber Attacks

Extracting Value from Smart Infrastructure

December 16, 2019
Albert Rooyakkers

Dr. Rida Hamza, VP, Critical Infrastructure Protection at the global engineering firm Parsons, sees the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) […]

Cyber Attacks

Hacking the Electronics Supply Chain: Easier Than you Think?

October 30, 2019
Robert Bergman

If you thought that hacking into an electronic manufacturer’s component supply chain required a fab of one’s own, think again. […]

Cyber Attacks

Securing The Digital Oil Field

July 1, 2019
Sam Galpin

Intrinsic cybersecurity, open standards and Moore’s law have converged to enable a new era of wellsite productivity improvement.   Petroleum […]