Sergey Gordeychik, Deputy CTO and Head of Security Services at Kaspersky Lab. His responsibilities include establishing the vision for Kaspersky Lab’s R&D services and leading the technological development for threat intelligence, security assessment, incident response and vulnerability research for enterprise, banks, telecom and industrial niches.

Before moving to Kaspersky Lab, Sergey was a director of Positive Hack Days international cybersecurity conference and application security expert (AST/WAF niches). From 2012 he is leading SCADA StrangeLove (www.scada.sl) industrial cybersecurity research team.
Industrial Cybergeddon researcher and speaker on internationals security conferences such as CCC, CodeBlue, POC, Zeronighs, member of the ENISA TRANSSEC expert group and CIGRE problem group D2/B5.
Sergey has developed a number of training courses, including "Wireless Networks Security" and "Security Assessment of Web Applications," published several dozens of articles in various titles and a book called "Wireless Networks Security".


TARGETED CYBER ATTACKS: Anatomy, Vivisection and Protection

Targeted Attacks and Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) sponsored by the state or criminal groups are becoming a serious problem for every industry.  This situation threatens not only traditional targets, such as banks and government offices, but also every enterprise that uses information technology in any way. The course covers an overview of tactics, techniques, and procedures used by intruders, as well as approaches to organizing a threat hunting process based on corporate security operational systems or MSSP.


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CYBERGEDDON: How to hack (and protect) a nuclear plant, a train and a car

The course is delivered by an expert who have a wealth of practical experience and member of the SCADA StrangeLove team who have participated in dozens of projects devoted to analyzing the security of systems in various sectors of the industry.  Sergey Gordeychik will share expertise in various aspects of industrial system cybersecurity – from analyzing risks and the requirements of international and industry standards to building a secure software development life cycle of ICS/SCADA components.


24.10.2016 - 26.10.2016

27.10.2016 - 28.10.2016



  • "How did we do it?"  Confessions an ATP perpetrator.
  • Why do they know understand our infrastructure better than we do?
  • Tactics, techniques and procedures of modern targeted attacks.
  • Industry specifics: banks, government offices and industrial organizations.
  • Your Firewall, IDS and AV will not help.
  • Is it too soon to worry about APT?
  • How do you catch the APT in the making?
  • The hype products and 1001 ways to get around the Sandbox.
  • BuzzWord Bingo: Cloud, Machine Learning, Big Data.
  • SOC, SIEM, Threat Intelligence: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
  • What is Industrial Control Systems
  • Cybersecurity of ICS/SCADA. Myths and reality.
  • Vulnerabilities and incidents. The capabilities of today’s adversaries.
  • The role of industrial and functional safety in industrial cybersecurity.
  • Mission-centric approach to cybersecurity.
  • Industry-specific cases (Power energy and Smart Grid, Railways, Connected Cars)
  • Principal elements of industrial cybersecurity program.
  • Analyzing technical vulnerabilities of ICS/SCADA components.
  • Basic and specialized security tools for industrial environment.
  • Incident detection and response
  • Overview of industrial security standards: NERC CIP, NIST, ISA/IEC 62443.
  • What you can do when there is nothing you can do. Hopelessness and ashes


BARCELONA / OCTOBER 24 - 28, 2016


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