9th Cyber & SCADA Security for Power and Utilities 2022

9th Cyber & SCADA Security for Power and Utilities 2022 gathers IT/OT security professionals from leading Power & utility companies to benchmark best practices in securing critical infrastructure and navigating the ever-changing cyber-threat landscape.

With the increasing digitization and proliferation of integrated technologies, the utilities industry has become increasingly exposed to cybersecurity threats. More & more cyberattacks are being reported annually by energy companies. Legacy OT systems designed without security in mind, and a lack of cybersecurity culture and awareness need to be addressed to secure critical infrastructure. 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.

  • Improved integrations for Cyber & SCADA/ OT Security
  • Cybersecurity in the Industrial Domain
  • Active Cyber Defence in Energy Companies – Q3/2022 update
  • Creating a culture of security
  • IT and OT Convergence and the security aspects
  • Zero trust – OT cyber security strategy converter
  • Intrusion Detection in OT networks
  • Defining a threat intelligence program

Our expert panel at 9th Cyber & SCADA Security for Power and Utilities 2022:

ENERGISA SA is a Brazilian holding company from, primarily engaged in the sale of electricity. It distributes energy for residential, industrial, commercial and rural consumption. The company has 8 million customers and serves a population of more than 20 million people in 862 municipalities in all regions of Brazil.

EDF is a French multinational electric utility company, one of the largest producers of electricity in the world, that operates a diverse portfolio of at least 120 gigawatts of generation capacity in Europe, South America, North America, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. Its 56 active nuclear reactors in France are spread out over 18 nuclear power plants. They comprise 32 reactors of 900 MWe, 20 reactors of 1300 MWe, and 4 reactors of 1450 MWe, all of them Pressurized water reactors.

VATTENFALL is a Swedish multinational energy company that produces energy in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The company is committed to enabling fossil-free living within a generation, driving the transition to a more sustainable energy system through the growth of renewable energy production and climate-smart energy solutions. It has 7.1 million electricity users, 1.8 million heat energy users, 1.0 million electricity network users and 2.4 million gas users.

SWISSGRID is national transmission grid operator from Switzerland. Established in 2005, it operates 6,700km of high voltage grid at voltages of 220 and 380 kilovolts and a frequency of 50 Hz, with 145 switching substations and 12,000 electricity pylons. Main purpose of the corporation is to ensure security of supply, maintain balance between electricity producers and consumers, and handle cost-covering remuneration for electricity feed-in to the grid on behalf of the federal government.

VESTAS is a Danish company that manufactures, sells, installs and services wind turbines, one of the largest of its kind in the world. The company has installed more than 154 GW of wind power capacity, including more than 7 GW offshore in 87 countries on five continents. Its vision is to become the global leader in sustainable energy solutions based on wind power.

ENBW is an energy company from Germany. Its main focus is on renewable energy sources, power grids, telecommunication networks, e-mobility and smart, sustainable energy solutions. The main goal of EnBW is to become climate neutral by 2035.

NETWORK PERCEPTION is a company based in Chicago, USA. The company develops advanced firewall auditing solutions to support security and compliance efforts for critical infrastructures. Their solutions are applicable in Electric utilities and the Oil and Gas industry.

Leonardo Ovidio, Energisa
Chief Information Security Officer, Energisa, Brazil
Frederic Guyomard, EDF
Project Director, EDF, France
Arslan Broemme, Vattenfall
National Information Security Officer, Vattenfall, Germany
Head of SAS Engineering, Swissgrid, Switzerland
Cyber Security Business Architect, Vestas, Denmark
Chief Architect IDM, EnBW, Germany
Co-founder & CEO, Network Perception, USA
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