3rd SCADA & Cyber Security for Power and Utilities Industry 2016

28 – 30 September 2016, Berlin, Germany

3rd SCADA & Cyber Security for Power and Utilities Industry 2016 will gather selected IT expert senior decision-makers from leading Key Players in Power & Utility Industry to exchange the knowledge, expertise, challenges and best practices in a business – friendly environment. The event will focus on practical sessions and brainstorming of main crucial issues, cyber threats (internal and external), latest EU legislative updates, critical SCADA infrastructures, ICS secure development life-cycle and convergence of IT & OT.

All speaking sessions, which are vital to cyber security challenges, are chosen based on highly qualified suggestions from industry professionals. Attending our 3rd annual will enable you to network with cyber security peers during face-to-face sessions and the event is an excellent opportunity for sharing the ideas and ongoing challenges in the energy and utilities field.

Speaker panel includes experts from:

Vattenfall GmbH
Laborec GDF Suez Energy Europe (Engie)
Alliander N.V.
Open Energi
SIM-CI Critical Infrastructure Simulations
GE Energy
Waterfall Security Solutions
Edison Spa
EDP (Energias de Portugal)
Real-time System Laboratory (RTSLAB), Linköping University
Palo Alto Networks
Topics to be addressed:

NIS Directive: future implementations & main challenges of execution
APT attacks for information system in Ukraine 2015-2016 (BlackEnergy)
Threats and possibilities with IoT in critical infrastructures
Convergence of IT and OT processes in the age of cloud-driven business
ICS secure development life-cycle, design & architecture
Cloud-based SCADA security hurdles
Mobile threats & effects of mobility
Cyber-psychopathy: Motives of Cyber Criminals
Cyber Threat intelligence
Cyber Hardening System
Migration of SCADA to IP based system-Private Cloud
Target Market and Audience:

Power Generation companies
Transmission System Operators (electricity & gas TSOs)
Distribution System Operators (DSOs)
Utility companies
Safety and Risk Management Consultancies
IT Consultancies
Software providers
Who Should Attend

Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), Vice Presidents, Directors, Heads, Managers, Chiefs and Specialists of:

IT security
ICT risk Information security
Technological and Risk Operations
Fraud prevention
Business continuity
IT security Analysis
Data Privacy
Privacy & Security division
Process Automation Division
Diagnostics division
Process control systems
IT Infrastructure
IT Risk management
IT Architecture
IT Applications
Smart grid security


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