Our large-scale conferences take place in key European cities and draw together up to 250 smart grid directors and their implementation teams. Over the course of 5-days participants benefit from an extensive programme of utility case-studies, a series of technology innovation panel discussions, hands-on training on key standards and concepts, end-user focused roundtable discussions, live demo labs of the latest technologies on the market, a solution zone displaying the latest tools, technologies and services, as well as a wide range of facilitated networking opportunities.
Our private LinkedIn communities are limited in participation to attendees of our in-person conferences. They are carefully managed to ensure that only the highest quality and most insightful information is shared. No advertising or solicitation for business is permitted. These groups provide a year-round discussion forum to support the community in exchanging insights and accelerating their implementation plans.
CyberAware Monthly Webinars
Our monthly 60-minute online webinars provide leading edge insights into the latest cybersecurity threats, solutions, and strategies to help raise the cyber-awareness of smart grid technical professional and level the playing field with the hackers. Offered on a complimentary basis these webinars are open to technical representatives of utility organisations, technology suppliers, systems integrators, management consultancies, regulatory bodies and academia, who are actively working in the smart grid cybersecurity space.
Each of our in-person conferences provides the output for a dedicated market report which summarises the main findings of the presentations and discussions and provides useful new insights and directions that will benefit the entire smart grid ecosystem. These reports are offered on a complimentary basis to all participants of our in-person conferences.
CyberAware Monthly Newsletter
Engineers are trained to think about how things can be made to work, while the security mindset involves thinking about how things can be made to fail. Herein lies the challenge!
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Next Event: IEC CIM Week 2022
Implementing the Common Information Model to Support the Seamless Integration ofMultiple Operational Systems and Flexibility Market Players
• 5-Day Virtual Event
• 21-25 March 2022