SCADA Intrusion Fundamentals

The Skinny R&D SCADA Intrusion Fundamentals (SIF) class tackles a new era of computing that encompasses Cyber-Physical systems, including Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Industrial Control Systems (ICS). To keep up with the increasing demand for high-speed service and the efficient delivery of household essentials, the critical infrastructure of modern society depends on computing to manage, automate, and protect assets such as power grids, food production, water treatment, sewage, traffic lights, oil and gas, and many more critical infrastructure sectors.

Attacks on critical infrastructure are becoming increasingly common with the rise of computer automation and high-speed internet connectivity. In comparison with traditional cyber attacks, attacks on SCADA systems pose a physical risk to human lives and the surrounding environment.

Students will gain the technical and procedural skills required to efficiently assess the cybersecurity posture of SCADA systems, and take advantage of these flaws to induce physical effects. The SCADA Intrusion Fundamentals class is hands-on focused and will provide students with the unique opportunity to manipulate physical systems using advanced cyber tactics. By the end of the course, students will walk away with a selection of tools, software, and procedures to ensure they can replicate methodologies and continue developing their skills using their own personal SCADA test range.

Students will receive:

  • LoRa Radio Microcontroller
  • USB Rubber Ducky
  • Unipi 1.1 Board
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Mervis software license
  • 16GB microSD memory card
Customer

Government/Military
Commercial

Location

Huntsville, AL

Cost

$5,695.00

Duration

5 days

Class Min/Max

3-12 Students

SKU

C0007

Day 01

Introduction
SCADA Systems
Internet SCADA
Systems
Finding Credentials
Nmap/Netcat
Exercise
Accessing the HMI

Day 02

Phishing Campaigns
Sniffing Traffic
Finding Devices
Attacking SCADA
Devices Exercises

Day 03

Attacking SCADA
Devices Exercises
Packet Analysis
Modbus/TCP
SCADA & Metasploit
PyModbus

Day 04

LoRA for Distance
Intercepting LoRa
Transmitting with
LoRA
LoRa Manipulation
Malware
Ransomware

Day 05

USB Attacks
Known Vulnerabilities
Capture the Flag
Event
Continuous Learning
Materials

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