Tommorow I fly up to Seattle for The 13th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education. I will be participating in Monday’s SCADA Panel discussion, which I’m excited to be a part of. My contribution to this panel discussion will (hopefully) be to discuss how recent control system vulnerabilities provide us with great educational opportunities and case studies to present classic and theoretical principles to students in security classes. There are many skills and concepts that educators can expose their students to in the SCADA realm that are useful whether you wind up protecting critical infrastructure or not.
I have run the recently released 60-day Cyberspace Policy Review through the Stanza converter for my iPod Touch, to read it on the long hop from ATL to SEA. I have a feeling it will be a focal point of many discussions at CISSE (and countless other conferences), so I’m looking forward to becoming familiar with it. I may share any insights I have after reading it at the conference, and possibly on this blog.
On the outside chance that anyone reading this blog will be there, I should be easy to find. Please feel free to contact me ahead of time, or track me down there!