European Smart Grid Cyber Security Conference

Documentation - , London , United Kingdom

Documentation

Standard Price


US$ 587.06

Change your currency: USD EUR GBP

 

User Details



As the smart grid is becoming increasingly sophisticated and complex throughout Europe, the impact on cyber security becomes ever increasingly of paramount importance. It has been estimated by Lloyds of London that a cyber attack on the US smart grid could cost as much as 1 trillion in a worst case scenario attack. This emphasises the importance of the smart grid cyber security sector and the importance of continualy keeping up to date with developments within the industry.

This conference will cover the major innvoations, and foster industry discussion between utilities as well as other key players in the market. Covering issues ranging from communication both internally within organisations, as well as in a broader industry sense and also with the public. Issues surrounding standardisations and compliance which are also of concern to the industry will be featured highly on the programme.Case studies focusing on the cyber security activities of various European utilities will be in focus, as well as broader technological developments.


Benefits of Attending

This conference will allow attendees to keep up with the developments in European Smart Grid sector
  • Hear from a range of European utilities and what their strategic programmes regarding cyber security are doing
  • Discuss how communication issues between IT and OT departments can be overcome
  • Understanding the important standards and how to make your company compliant.
  • Management strategy towards cyber security is an important area that will be in focus


Plus an Interactive Half-Day Post-Conference Workshop | Wednesday 9th March 2016

Making Information Security Work for Your Organisation
How to Streamline Your ISMS and Ensure it Adds Real Value
Workshop Leader: Steve Watkins, Director, IT Governance Ltd
8.30am - 12.30pm

Speakers

  • Adrian Page, DCC Readiness Manager, Smart Metering Customer Programme, E.ON
  • Chris Gibson, Director, CERT-UK
  • Ekin Tulga, Founder, Agile Security
  • Giovanni Coppola, Product Manager, Global Network Technology, Enel Distribuzione Sp A
  • Graham Wright, Head of Globl Digital Risk & Security and CISO, National Grid
  • Ian Howard, Principle Security Architecture, Cyber Security Practice, CGI UK
  • Joe Dauncey, Chair, Energy Network Association Cyber Security Group and Head of Information Risk and Security, ENA / SSE
  • John Cowburn, Director, Smart Energy Networks Ltd
  • Louis Dietvorst, Enterprise Architect, Enexis
  • Lionel Jacobs, SCADA Security Architect, Palo Alto Networks
  • Mauriche Kroos, Security Officer, Enexis
  • Philipp Irschik, Executive Advisor to the Board of Directors, Energie-Control Austria
  • Roelof Klein, System Engineer/ Consultant, IT Digital Grids Innovations & livelab, Alliander
  • Stephen Daniels, Strategic Business Advisor, Cyber Security, CGI IT UK Limited
  • Steve Soar, Cyber Security Specialist, Darktrace Ltd
  • Steven Watkins, Director, IT Governance Ltd
  • Thomas Rütting, Managing Director, Metering, Vattenfall Europe Metering GmbH
  • Tim Watson, Director, Cyber Security Centre, WMG
The agenda is available as PDF under downloads at the right side of the page.

Please fill in your name and email to receive the conference agenda of this event.

Venue

Holiday Inn Kensington Forum
97 Cromwell Rd, Kensington, SW7 4DN
London, UK

Who Should Attend

Any company involved in the Smart Grid Cyber Security Industry should come to this event. This includes but is not limited to:
  • Utilities
  • Grid operators
  • Solution Providers
  • Security Consultants


Venue

Holiday Inn Kensington Forum
97 Cromwell Rd,
London, SW7 4DN
United Kingdom