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Rebekah Mohr

ICS Security Senior Manager

Rebekah Mohr is a Security Senior Manager for Accenture, specializing in Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Security. She provides clients with services such as defining a company-wide ICS Security Program, conducting ICS Security gap assessment or risk modelling workshops, and providing materials and tools to close ICS Security gaps, complete ICS Security Remediation Programs and conduct ICS Security Run & Maintain Assurance.

Rebekah brings experience gained from almost a decade working at Shell, where she held multiple security leadership roles, first as the ICS Security lead at one of North Americas largest refineries, and later as the regional technical expert for the Americas where she provided guidance to dozens of Upstream and Downstream assets. During her tenure at Shell she led the development of their global risk assessment methodology and co-authored the resulting cyber security standards for system suppliers, capital projects and operating assets as well as contributed to the design and implementation of one of the worlds largest corporate ICS security remediation programs. She was also nominated by Shell as their global technical focal point for the development of the industry’s first ICS competency accreditation, the Global Industrial Cyber Security Certification Program ( GICSP ).

Rebekah has been recognized with multiple industry accolades, including the 2017 Young Women in Energy, the 2017 SANS People who Made a Difference in Cyber Security, the Executive Women’s Forum Women of Influence and the Global Petroleum Show Emerging Leader awards.

Rebekah is driven to contribute as a thought leader within the ICS security community and to be a role model for the next generation of young women in STEM and for those who are considering cyber security as a career.

Rebekah holds her Bachelor of Science degree in Math, Statistics and Computer Science from McGill University and a Master of Science degree in Statistics from University of British Columbia.

My Sessions

Shiny Object Syndrome – Time & Talent Requirements in an OT SOC

Main Stage

What are the average number of alerts per day during the learning period for the new passive OT detection tools? The average number of alerts per day when the tool has been properly baselined & tuned? How many people with what type of skill sets are required to effectively staff an OT SOC? Rebekah will […]

Detection & Response
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