The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) hosts the Industrial Control Systems Joint Working Group (ICSJWG) to facilitate information sharing and reduce the risk to the nation’s industrial control systems.
The ICSJWG provides a vehicle for communicating and partnering across all Critical Infrastructure (CI) Sectors between federal agencies and departments, as well as private asset owners/operators of industrial control systems. The goal of the ICSJWG is to continue and enhance the collaborative efforts of the industrial control systems stakeholder community in securing CI by accelerating the design, development, and deployment of secure industrial control systems.
For additional information on this working group, see the ICSJWG Fact Sheet.
The ICSJWG 2021 Fall Virtual Meeting is being developed!
The ICSJWG 2021 Spring Virtual Meeting is closed.
Click on the link below to find the latest information on the recently completed ICSJWG 2021 Spring Virtual Meeting, as well as historical links to information about past meetings and webinars.
Check back here for information about the upcoming 2021 Fall Virtual Meeting.
Our next event is a Webinar on June 2, 2021 from 1:00 PM to 2:15 PM Eastern time.
Registration will open soon. Click on the Meetings and Webinars link below for more information.
If you would like to submit an article or whitepaper of general interest pertaining to control systems security, please send it to ICSJWG.Communications@cisa.dhs.gov for consideration. Submitted articles will be reviewed and approved by ICSJWG prior to publishing. Please note: marketing or sales presentations aimed at gaining the audience's interest in services, capabilities, or products cannot be approved.
Article submissions for the June 2021 edition are currently being accepted for review until June 11, 2021.
Please send us an email if you would like to obtain copies of the current newsletter or newsletters from the previous three quarters.
ICSJWG Products and Materials
- CISA/ICSJWG Fact Sheet: ICS Cybersecurity for the C-Level (Six Questions Every C-Level Executive Should Be Asking).
- "Common Industrial Control System Vulnerability Disclosure Framework" developed by the Vendor subgroup (July 2012).