Stephen Hilt has been in Information Security and Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Security for around 10 years. With a Bachelors Degree from Southern Illinois University, he started working for a large power utility in the South East of the United States. There Stephen gained an extensive background in Security Network Engineering, Incident Response, Forensics, Assessments and Penetration Testing. That is where Stephen started focusing on ICS Assessments, then moved to working as an ICS Security Consultant and Researcher for one of the most foremost ICS Security Consulting groups in the world. In 2014, Stephen was named as having one of the coolest hacks by dark reading for his PLCPwn, a weaponized PLC. As well, he has published numerous ICS Specific Nmap Scripts to Identify ICS protocols via native commands. Stephen now is at Trend Micro as a Sr. Threat Researcher, continuing ICS research, and diving into other areas of research. Over the past 10 years, Stephen has learned how to build, defend and attack ICS networks.