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Bridging the Gap: Between Operations and IT

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This presentation delivers some concepts related to the gaps between operations and IT that exist. Addressing the various business needs for consistency and the possible real-world purposes of inconsistency is the premise of this slide deck.

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Bridging the Gap: Between Operations and IT

  1. 1. Bridging The Gap Between Operations and IT Seth Bromberger Executive Vice President Information Sharing and Government OutreachThe National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States Department of Energy.
  2. 2. The MythThe National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States 2 Department of Energy.
  3. 3. The Reality Differing (but not opposing) +Time constraints Pressure to compartmentalizThe National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States 3 Department of Energy.
  4. 4. Organizational ModelsReporting Relationship may impact understanding The National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States 4 Department of Energy.
  5. 5. Impact of Legacy SystemsThe National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States 5 Department of Energy.
  6. 6. What Works -Common understanding -Shared priorities -Commitment and action -TimeThe National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States 6 Department of Energy.
  7. 7. EnergySec’s Role Non-profit Independent TrustedThe National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States 7 Department of Energy.
  8. 8. NESCO Support Find common “pain points”- TFE Working Group- CIP Education- Cyber Security trainingprograms The National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States 8 Department of Energy.
  9. 9. At its core, the challenge is related to TRUST, not TECHNOLOGY. The National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States 9 Department of Energy.
  10. 10. Drive to Consistency “We can’t make any changes” “We need to patch NOW” “We need the same access” “Unique passwords and accounts” “Our vendor needs admin access” “Administrators are vetted”Different operational postures = increased cost always Consistency not feasible Ability to manage inconsistency = measure of organizational maturity The National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States 10 Department of Energy.
  11. 11. Benefits of Inconsistency-Heterogeneous environments are more secure*-Customizable, risk-based models-Stakeholder inclusion = greater trust-Adaptability, flexibility, and resiliency The National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States 11 Department of Energy.
  12. 12. NEXT WEEK:Take a nerd tolunch.The National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO) is partially funded by the United States 12 Department of Energy.

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