October 29|30 2019 | Copthorne Tara London Kensington | United Kingdom
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Protecting essential services and control systems networks is imperative and in many cases neglected in relation to embedded systems in modern architecture.
This fall the Cyber Senate will address the escalating cyber security challenges associated with the adoption and convergence of operational technologies in enterprise facing architecture, how we can better defend our assets by ensuring engineering are tightly integrated into new connectivity models and how industry 4.0 adoption is creating robust efficiencies for industrial control businesses.
Together we will discuss how to best respond to evolving cyber threats and hear from organisations who have been victims of large scale public attacks, recovered and hear what they would do differently and how these lessons have shaped their future strategy. Participants will be able to address their questions directly to our panellists as we dive deeper into effective cyber risk management throughout the supply chain, getting the fundamentals of asset inventory correct, define preparedness, NIS implementation and how can we incorporate resilience into highly distributed critical control system components and business processes.
IT and OT have converged and the digital transformation of the industrial control sector has arrived. Will your organisation embrace new technology models and if so how will they establish trust and confidence? How will you implement security in this new paradigm? Will those organisations not adopting new technologies remain competitive?
We look forward to hearing your feedback this fall.
Over 15 key presentations from Industrial organisations spanning Maritime, Nuclear, Rail, SmartGrid, Water, Engineering, Utility, Cloud, IOT, Telecom and Global Cyber security Subject Matter Experts
10 panel sessions spanning two days for more engagement, Q&A and information sharing
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The latest in threat intelligence and response strategies from companies that have experienced and survived large scale cyber attacks
New focus streams on Industry 4.0 adoption, next generation technologies and how they be secured and utilised to gain competitive advantage
Hear how IT/OT has already converged for many sectors, how they are managing IP enabled hardware and
reconfiguring their divisions
Head of Digital Services, OT Security, Governance and Assurance, IoT Security, Head of Operational Technology, Chief Information Security Officer, Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Head of Digital Transformation, Head of Cybersecurity, Engineering Directors, Head of IT, Head of Emergency Response, Incident Response Director, Cyber Services, Industrial Control, OT/ICS System Design Authority