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Tuesday, 2 February 2016
Industrial Control Cyber Security for the Nuclear Sector
Against a backdrop of continued cyber attacks against the energy sector such as the Ukraine Power Industry, the massive attacks against the Norwegian oil industry, Saudi Aramco and the continued threats of Stuxnet, Dragonfly and Black Energy, industrial control cyber security for the nuclear industry has become a top priority.
The Cyber Senate will be hosting the Industrial Control Cybersecurity Nuclear conference to bring key stakeholders together to address our responsibility in ensuring the safety, reliability and stability of our Critical National Infrastructure. This conference is specific to the Nuclear sector and has already gained the support of key cyber security leaders and influential operators and Government stakeholders. The Cyber Senate are also supported by the ICS ISAC, who will be joining us from the United States to both chair, present and facilitate panel discussions.
The conference will take place on May 24/25th in Warrington United Kingdom. HS&TC will be hosting a Pre Conference Workshop on the 23rd of May to further address the terminology gaps between IT and OT to ensure we are better prepared to face the external and internal threats to the sector and to better understand the full extent of the vulnerabilities.
Do not miss this unique and authoritative opportunity to progress information sharing, resilience strategy, capability and understand how the sector can work together to mitigate risk. Speakers include:
Gary Horscroft, Lead Security Manager and Chief Information Security Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
Robert Orr, Head of Cyber Security & Information Assurance Regulation, Office for Nuclear Regulation
Phil Litherland, Head of Electrical, Control & Instrumentation Systems, EDF Energy Nuclear New Build – Hinkley Point C
John Dickinson, Cybersecurity Control Systems Manager, Control Systems Group, Sellafield Ltd
Walt Sikora, Vice President, Industrial Control Systems, Lockheed Martin Chris Blask, Director of Webster University’s Cyberspace Research Institute and ICS ISAC
Peter Fraser-Hopewell, Head of Group Security, Enrichment Technology Company Brian Lightowler, Managing Director, QG Business Solutions
Will Ollerhead, Group Information Security Manager, Enrichment Technology Company Franky Thrasher, Cyber-Security Researcher and Information Security Officer, Laborelec ENGIE
We are currently accepting presentations from Nuclear Operators as well as sponsorship from security and supply chain leaders. Call + 44 (0)207 096 5081 for Daryl Fig or email firstname.lastname@example.org