Module 9: Incident Response

Module 9 Hands-on Activity

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Students review one NIST case study, either the Olympic Pipeline Explosion or the Maroochy Water Services Incident. They indicate the response steps and describe what went wrong.

 

Hands-on Activity Objectives

  • Identify the 14 response core capabilities covered in the National Response Framework.
  • List some of common types of incidents that may occur in SCADA/ICS systems.
  • Identify the phases of an Incident Response, as described in NIST SP 800-61.
  • Explain the components of an Incident Response Plan.

 

Assignment

Download one of the two NIST case studies below.

Pipeline Rupture and Subsequent Fire in Bellingham, Washington June 10 1999.”  NTSB/PAR-02/02. PB2002-916502. National Transportation Safety Board.

 

This document can also be downloaded from the Internet: https://www.mitre.org/publications/technical-papers/malicious-control-system-cyber-security-attack-case-study-maroochy-water-services-australia.

 

Review and assess the case you selected.

Write a short paper describing the response steps and what went wrong in the case study you read.

 

Grading Criteria Rubric

  • Content
  • References
  • Use of American Psychological Association (APA) style in writing the assignment

Grade Points: 100

 

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