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5th Annual Industrial Control Cyber Security Europe Summit. London Marriott Hotel Regents Park London, England | October 9/10th 2018IOT/OT Security, Threat Detection and Mitigating the Impact on Safety CasesSectors Represented include Smart Grid, Nuclear, Oil and Gas, Rail, Maritime, Aviation, Chemical and more to be announced!

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Tuesday, October 9
 

2:20pm

Manufacturing Case Study: DCS Cyber Security Implementation Programme
Martin speaks from personal experience addressing the key elements of a successful DCS Cyber Security Programme, ranging from OT asset inventory, DCS Lifecycle Management, to enhancement of collaboration between IT and OT world, Cyber Security Maturity Evaluation and budget allocation at board level. He describes numerous challenges, obstacles and wins through various security domains which are key pillars for achieving successful and implementable cyber security programme.

Speakers
avatar for Martin Fabry

Martin Fabry

OT CISO, Multinational Manufacturing Company
Martin (CISSP, GICSP,CISA, CSSA) is a cyber-security consultant with almost 20 years of world-wide experience in the IT industry. Over the last 5 years, his main focus is OT cyber security consulting, project & programme leadership management and helping customers to assess their... Read More →


Tuesday October 9, 2018 2:20pm - 2:40pm
TBA

2:40pm

Rail Case Study: An attackers-eye view of an Operating Station
What are the weaknesses that an attacker is most likely to exploit and how do you turn them into easy wins for increasing resilience?

Speakers
avatar for Christian Schlehuber

Christian Schlehuber

Team Leader Cybersecurity OT, DB Netz AG
Christian Schlehuber studied informatics and IT-Security at the TU Darmstadt with a specialization in critical infrastructures. After receiving his master degree he started to research at the Security Engineering Group of TU Darmstadt on the topic Critical Infrastructure Protection... Read More →


Tuesday October 9, 2018 2:40pm - 3:00pm
TBA

3:00pm

Utility Case Study: Securing ICS at DWR Cymru
  • Delivering operational availability in a secure manner
  • Overcoming IT/OT convergence challenges
  • Developing an internal working group to develop standards
  • 3rd party standards management

Speakers
avatar for Thomas Murtagh

Thomas Murtagh

Technical Information Security Officer, Welsh Water
Thomas is currently part of Welsh Waters InfoSec team with a focus on enhancing and improving security for the Operational Technology area. Prior to his current role, he has held positions of Senior Systems Security Engineer at a defence company delivering tactical communications... Read More →


Tuesday October 9, 2018 3:00pm - 3:20pm
TBA
 
Wednesday, October 10
 

11:00am

Securing Level 1 Devices: A Practitioners’ View
Hinkley Point C is the first UK nuclear plant in a generation. Our focus is to maintain safety by protecting the level 1 automation systems (PLCs). However, most ICS security measures focus on protecting the PC-based level 2 and level 3 systems connected to them. This presentation will discuss one view on the direct threat to level 1 systems, and how they can be hardened.

Speakers
avatar for Cavus Batki

Cavus Batki

Design Authority, EDF Nuclear New Build
Cavus is the Design Authority cyber security specialist for EDF Nuclear New Build, responsible for ensuring that the cyber security risks to OT systems are understood, managed and accepted. Cavus previously worked as a security consultant for BAE Systems. His experience includes OT... Read More →


Wednesday October 10, 2018 11:00am - 11:30am
TBA

12:00pm

Case Study: Implementing AI and Machine Learning to Support Real-time Monitoring and Decision-making
  • How much of a challenge has overlaying AI on legacy systems presented and what solutions were deployed to overcome it?
  • How has SCADA and ICS Cybersecurity expertise been leveraged to design a system that allows machine-learning algorithms to view and interpret data in the right way?
  • How has the use of AI driven speed, scale and accuracy in anomaly detection and response and how has this translated into tangible benefit?
  • What limitations have been identified in the capabilities of AI to provide a consistent and accurate picture of OT security and where is work needed to provide the framework for more advanced applications?

Speakers
avatar for Sam Alderman-Miller

Sam Alderman-Miller

Director, Darktrace Industrial
Sam Alderman-Miller joined Darktrace in 2015 and began providing cybersecurity solutions for IT and OT environments, before joining the founding team at Darktrace Industrial in 2017. At Darktrace Industrial, Sam is a Director, working with our most high profile industrial clients... Read More →


Wednesday October 10, 2018 12:00pm - 12:30pm
TBA
 

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