In today’s environment of digitization and integrated technologies, the utilities industry continues to face increased cybersecurity threats. More & more incidents in cyberspace are being reported annually by energy companies. Bolstering security and risk mitigation remain a serious challenge today and utility stakeholders can’t avoid taking a commitment to cybersecurity to the front seat. One simply cannot afford to be out of the loop and underestimate vulnerabilities & risks that can await right around the corner.
Apart from advanced solutions & protection technologies available and constantly upgraded in the market, utilities also need to deploy the proper organization, to enhance awareness culture and ensure the security of its IT and OT systems is on the top of the agenda by their company leaders.
This virtual conference is a unique event gathering IT/OT security professionals specifically from Power & Utilities companies. It creates an excellent & interactive platform for our participants to share and brainstorm on common challenges, to exchange their ideas, and to network without leaving the desk.
8th Cyber & SCADA Security for Power and Utilities 2021
Network Perception protects industrial control systems by ensuring network access security as the first line of perimeter defense. Our monitoring software provides complete network transparency and continuous mapping to better support cybersecurity compliance and enable greater cyber resiliency.
Wehowsky.com’s mission is to enable business continuity with military grade AI cyber protection against data breaches, ransomware and cyber-attacks. Wehowsky.com’s flagship product MUNINN AI is the next generation of Cyber security with AI & Machine Learning – MUNINN AI autonomously detects and blocks threats and data breaches in the networks of small and large companies around the world.
SecureDevice is a Danish owned IT-security business. The company focuses on consultancy advice on, and delivery of, market-leading IT-security solutions for Scandinavia’s top 300 enterprises. SecureDevice is High technical proficiency has, from the very beginning, been SecureDevice’s hallmark and we intend to maintain this focus. The objective is that SecureDevice shall, at all times, be a strong, focused and consolidated IT security partner for our customers.
Rhebo develops and markets innovative industrial monitoring solutions and services for energy suppliers, industrial companies and critical infrastructures. The company enables its customers to guarantee both cybersecurity and the availability of their OT and IoT infrastructures and thus master the complex challenges of securing industrial networks and smart infrastructures. Since 2021, Rhebo is part of the Landis+Gyr AG, a leading global provider of integrated energy management solutions for the energy industry with around 5,000 employees in over 30 countries worldwide.
Airbus CyberSecurity is a European specialist in cyber security protecting critical infrastructure from cyber threats. We are a fully owned subsidiary of Airbus Defence and Space (ADS) with over 900 cyber professionals based across France, Germany, the UK and Spain, each with SOC. With many years of experience providing reliable cyber security solutions, we have become one of the most advanced sovereign cyber security players in Europe. Having protected ADS´s complex systems and networks with our SOCs for years, we have leveraged our Airbus DNA to develop products and services for customers facing similar challenges as us.
As a trusted partner for industrial cyber security, Applied Risk is driven to safeguard the critical infrastructure our society depends on. Combining cyber security knowledge and experience in operational technology, Applied Risk provides tailored solutions that assists asset owners, system integrators and suppliers to develop, deploy and maintain cyber-resilient operations. Based in The Netherlands, Applied Risk operates on a global scale, helping protect industries such as oil and gas, power, water management, manufacturing, healthcare, maritime and transport.
Cyber Security Review is designed to promote dialogue and provide a platform for information exchange and cooperation between stakeholders, industry, academia and security experts worldwide. CSR is uniquely positioned and assists in sharing knowledge, skills and expertise of the international cyber security community, and helps to identify the emerging threats and facilitate the development of coherent policies and robust capabilities.
The EE-ISAC is an industry-driven, information-sharing network of trust. Private utilities, solution providers and (semi) public institutions such as academia, governmental and non-profit organizations share valuable information on cyber security & cyber resilience. EE-ISAC aims to improve the resilience and security of the European energy infrastructure, by sharing trust-based information and enabling a joint effort for the analysis of threats, vulnerabilities, incidents, solutions and opportunities. EE-ISAC offers a community of communities to facilitate this proactive information sharing and analysis, allowing its members to take their own effective measures.
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- Michael Knuchel – Swissgrid
- Robert Valkama – Fortum
- Dr. Robin Berthier – Network Perception
- Klaus Mochalski – Rhebo
- Andreas Wehowsky – wehowsky.com
- David Sabroe – SecureDevice
- Justyna Chromik Wagenaar – Applied Risk
- Eleni Richter – EnBW
- Peter Ulrik Schjøtt – Vestas
- Mirko Pracht & Martin Rahnefeld – 50Hertz
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