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Thursday, October 27 • 3:15pm - 3:45pm
Implementing a Publicly-Accessible Event and Incident Database

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In this talk, Bob Radvanovsky will introduce the "SCada Incident Database", or "SCID".

The concept of the project is to include critical infrastructure incidents that have transpired over the years, with a majority of the database made publicly-accessible at no cost. 

The SCID repository will help:

  • Governments Worldwide
  • Private Sector Asset Owners
  • Legal Firms
  • Law Enforcement
  • Regulatory Organizations
  • Insurance Companies

The discussion will include screenshots of the repository, along with relevant field types being collected, and how the data is being ascertained.  Part of the discussion is to engage the audience as part of the project's development, as this is supposed to be a community-based effort. 

Additionally, this talk will address some of the controversial definitions, such as "incident", "cyber incident", "event", and "cyber event", and the reasoning behind the questions.  For this part of the discussion, examples through existing documentation, will be provided.


Bob Radvanovsky

Critical Infrastructure Protection and Cyber Security Researcher
Subject matter expert and researcher in Homeland Security, Critical Infrastructure Assurance and Protection; member of DHS CSS-CWG, DHS CSSP ICSJWG, DHS NCIRP Nuclear Sector Working Group, DHS Cybersecurity Nuclear Sector, DHS TSA TSS-CWG, and DHS Cyber UCG.

Thursday October 27, 2016 3:15pm - 3:45pm EDT
Grand Ballroom