All stakeholders have a new responsibility in ensuring the safety, reliability and stability of our Critical National Infrastructure.
The Industrial Control Cybersecurity conference consists of
presentations and debate from some of the energy industry’s leading end
users from Operational and IT backgrounds, Government influencers,
leading cybersecurity authorities and some of the world’s most
influential solution providers.
Public and Private partnerships are paramount and information
sharing on an international level a priority. We will be addressing key
areas of vulnerability, threat detection, mitigation, and planning for
the Energy, Oil, Gas, Electric and Water Sector.
Key topics of discussion will pivot on convergence of operational and information technology transformation, design, implementation, integration and risks associated with enterprise facing architecture.
Further review includes the development of policy, operational and cultural considerations, maturity models, public and private information sharing and the adoption of cybersecurity controls.
2015 will provide further insight into how industry can further develop organisational priorities, effective methodologies, benchmark return on investment for cybersecurity procurement, supplier relationships and how to effectively deploy defense in-depth strategies.
We will introduce discussion on the latest attacks and hear from those who are responsible for identifying them. The conference will further address penetration testing, the art of detection and threat monitoring, incident response and recovery.
Goals of the conferenceThe goal of the conference – to enhance dialogue and information sharing between public and private sectors, providing participants an opportunity to contribute and engage on some of our country’s most pressing security threats surrounding critical national infrastructure. Our vision as a collective to enhance resilience and the adoption of cybersecurity controls within the Energy, Chemical, Manufacturing, Water, Oil, Gas, Electric and Nuclear sector.
Why you cannot miss 2015
- Gain further understanding convergence of operational and information technology transformation
- Develop a better understanding of current areas of vulnerability, threat detection, mitigation, maturity capability models and risk management.
- Take away tools to assist in developing organisational priorities, methodologies and how to effectively deploy defense in-depth strategies.
- Hear how your industry counterparts are defining and benchmarking return on investment for cybersecurity procurement, supplier responsibilities and adapting new models for incident response.
- Take part and contribute to the technological transformation IT/OT shift involving design, implementation and integration requiring the collaborative efforts of two unique but historically different skill sets.
Target AudienceThe Industrial Control Cybersecurity USA conference consists of presentations and debate from some of the energy industry’s leading end users from Operational and IT backgrounds, Government influencers, leading cybersecurity authorities and some of the world’s most influential solution providers. Please contact us for past attending references.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Marty Edwards is the Director of the Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT), an operational division of the department’s National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) and the DHS Office of Cybersecurity and Communications (CS&C)
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The Cyber Senate extends it's gratitude and respect to those who are giving their time and knowledge to further facilitate information sharing on this critical topic.
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