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Navigating the First-Ever Mandatory Cybersecurity Directive for Oil and Gas Pipelines
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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced in July 2021 the issuance of the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) second Security Directive. This time-sensitive directive creates mandatory cybersecurity rules for owners and operators of TSA-designated "critical" pipelines and liquified natural gas (LNG) facilities "to implement a number of urgently needed protections against cyber intrusions." The security directive is part of an increasingly urgent government effort to strengthen cybersecurity for critical industries in light of the recent Colonial Pipeline shutdown and other security incidents.

PRESENTERS

Mike Gross of Vice President of State and Local Education, of NowVertical Group
Craig Meis, Oil & Gas Industry Expert, former Vice President at Tallgrass Energy
Ben Stanford, PhD, Associate VP, of Hazen and Sawyer
Joe Blazon of Twin Eagle Solutions

KEY CRITERIA: The Directive requires designated owners and operators to...

- Implement specific mitigation measures to protect against ransomware attacks and other known threats to information technology (IT) and operational technology systems (OT).

- Develop and implement a cybersecurity contingency and response plan.

- Undergo an annual cybersecurity architecture design review.
Deadline for Directive Compliance: May 28, 2022

WEBINAR AGENDA

- NowVertical Group’s security experts will summarize the requirements.
- Discussion of your needs on this directive.
- How to audit your cybersecurity in its current state.
- How you can leverage the technology that you already have.
- How to create an asset list and emergency action plan.
- Provide a timeline for executing the work.
- Offer attendees a sample checklist and overview of the to-do’s.

May 25, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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