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Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems

7 - 8 February 2019 | IET London: Savoy Place, UK

IET London: Savoy Place (logo) CPD 16 hours
 

Secure solutions for cyber-physical systems

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Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems is designed to address the key cyber security issues identified by people working in industrial control and SCADA Systems.

Join top industry experts on 7-8 February in order to:

  • Gain key information on the latest best practice guidance and standards: What are the most important security measures to employ within industrial control systems?
  • Get updates on the latest UK government regulations and recommendations: stay informed and compliant
  • Learn how to identify and respond to an attack. How can you mitigate against any potential damage and loss of income / reputation?
  • Learn more about cyber-criminals: Why might you be a target? What different methods can a potential attacker employ to breach your defences?

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Key speakers

Robert Hannigan, Former Director General, GCHQ

Air Vice-Marshal Chris Moore, Director Service Operations, ISS, JFC, UK

Air Commodore John “JW” Wariner, RAF CIO, Royal Air Force

Group Captain Ian Chesworth, Dep Head Cyber, JFC C4ISR, MOD, UK

David Ferbrache, Cyber CTO, KPMG, UK

Alex Tarter, Chief Cyber Consultant & CTO, Thales UK

Paul Theron, Professor of Cyber-Secure Engineering Systems and Processes, Cranfield University

Cyber Defence & Security stream

  • Machine-learning in the cyber-domain to increase speed of malware detection and entity classification
     
  • Algorithms and block chain to allow data visualisation and minimise human error
     
  • Self-configuring networks and unsupervised machine-learning
     
  • Quantum computing to defeat complex cyber-attack and strengthen information resilience
     
  • Internet of Battle Things (IoBT) or Military IoT
     
  • Intelligent Autonomous Agents for Cyber Defense and Resilience
     
  • Cyber Vulnerability Investigations of Defence platforms and systems
 
 

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Pricing

Member - £550

Non-member - £700

Student / retired - £235

Government - £199

Vendors / solution providers - £999