Andrew Ginter is the VP Industrial Security at Waterfall Security Solutions and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Michigan Technological University. At Waterfall, Andrew leads a team responsible for industrial cyber-security research, contributions to standards and regulations, as well as security architecture recommendations for industrial sites. At MTU, Andrew is responsible for a graduate engineering course on industrial cyber risk assessment. Before Waterfall, Andrew managed software development teams for control system products, IT/OT middleware products and industrial cybersecurity products. He holds a number of middleware and cybersecurity patents. Andrew is also the co-chair of ISA SP-99 WG1, a co-author of the Industrial Internet Consortium Security Framework, and the author of two books: Secure Operations Technology and SCADA Security - What's broken and how to fix it. He is a frequent contributor to ICS cyber-security standards and post-secondary curricula. Andrew holds a BSc in Applied Mathematics and an MSc in Computer Science, both from the University of Calgary.