Energy Intrusion Detection 2019 Blog

Energy Intrusion Detection 2019

Case Study on Alliander

Happy New Year! Given the well-publicised and imminent danger of cyber-attacks to critical infrastructure, the most important resolution you can make is to take every possible step in driving improved cybersecurity measures in your organisation. 2019 is guaranteed to be another pivotal year for ICS cybersecurity, with the rapid pace of digitalisation exposing network infrastructure to a host of new, potentially catastrophic events.

There can be no delay in the implementation of state-of-the-art IDS – this is especially true considering the complex topology of the low-voltage network and its exposure to physical attacks. It is imperative that visibility is improved, both to alert you to malicious devices connected to your Telecoms network, and give you a better picture of your day-to-day security processes and performance. Only through fully integrated and configured IDS can you protect your network from unthinkable damage.

Energy Intrusion Detection 2019 is the perfect, one-stop-shop conference for you to gain all the insight and knowledge you need from Europe’s leading utility cybersecurity experts. Hear directly from the leaders at the forefront of IDS implementation and learn about the technological innovations which are enabling never-before-seen visibility of the electricity network cybersecurity ecosystem.

Robin Massink, Security Specialist at Alliander, will be presenting on day 3 of the conference to share his experience implementing next-generation IDS, in particular to the utility communications environment. I caught up with Robin to bring you a sneak preview of his case study:

“In the past, field sites in the distribution network were considered relatively safe – the main risk of break-ins was the theft of copper wire! These days, the increase in digital devices means we must deal with the risk of ‘blended attacks’: intruders accessing field locations to install remote devices and gain access to critical telecoms network connecting with the control centre, and the SCADA system. This threat necessitates investment into better detection capabilities, to provide improved visibility and alert us to potential infiltrations.

One of the key challenges in developing this level of visibility is the complexity of the coverage: our traffic is partly carried by our own fibre network, and partly over CDMA and GPRS telecoms networks. It was necessary to integrate IDS into a number of legacy systems in the SCADA network to optimise configuration and ensure robust interoperability. While the main goal of implementation was to alert us to malicious activity, we have also gained significantly improved visibility of day-to-day changes in the network. This includes the identification of a number of lapses in processes and policies including problems such as unchanged default passwords, improving the overall security of the network.

At Energy Intrusion Detection 2019 I will give a full technical overview of our implementation of IDS to improve our network visibility, including how we addressed configuration and interoperability challenges. I will also give examples of how IDS implementation has provided insight into business-as-usual cybersecurity performance. Finally, I will build on our roadmap for the future, including the elimination of blind spots in coverage and future process changes informed by this improved visibility.”

Robin joins a 3-day programme of 20+ utility cybersecurity experts who will be sharing their wealth of expertise. Hear presentations from leading grid operators, learn more about the most innovative suppliers and their cutting-edge technology, engage with like-minded cybersecurity practitioners, and come away with all the knowledge needed to take your OT Cybersecurity to the next level.

Join us on the 29-31 January in Amsterdam! Arm yourself with the tools and knowledge you need to beat the hackers and maintain a secure and reliable energy system, and make 2019 another secure year for your business.

Register today!

To find out how you can participate as a Delegate, Exhibitor or Sponsor:

Call:       +44 (0)20 3691 1700
Email:    registration@smartgrid-forums.com
Visit:      https://www.smartgrid-forums.com/ids


Advanced IDS Implementation to Futureproof Smart Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution

This is a great opportunity for you to join 120+ forward-thinking cybersecurity professionals, get under the skin of this sophisticated new technology, and determine how best to implement for maximum technical benefit as well as outstanding ROI. Gain in-depth insights into lessons learnt from early investigations and implementations, so that you are fully equipped and empowered to plug the monitoring gap in your cybersecurity strategy in as informed, inspired and well invested way as possible.

But with a plethora of cybersecurity meetings to choose from, why should you join this particular conversation? Here are 5 great reasons why you must:

  1. Utility-led programme: developed in collaboration with 30+ European TSOs, DSOs and Power Generators, this programme goes beyond the cybersecurity hype and addresses the most timely and mission critical issues facing utility cybersecurity professionals today. Hear about the successes and the failures, the lessons learnt and the roadmaps, and get the real world insights you need to make the most technically savvy and financially robust intrusion detection investment and implementation decisions possible.
  2. OT security workshop: addressing the critical issue of solution testing, configuration and security framework development, Roee Schreiber and Dani Grabois from Accenture’s Cyber R&D lab in Israel will deliver a tutorial that will take your testing knowledge and capability to a whole new level. This is a great opportunity for you to get under the skin of the most advanced testing methodologies to help support you in making the most robust technology choices and deliverable implementation plans.
  3. Influence industry direction: take advantage of this opportunity to come to the conversation early, to share your insights and to influence the direction of future initiatives and technology developments. Meet with leading intrusion detection technology innovators such as SecurityMatters, Darktrace, Nozomi, and Indegy as well as cybersecurity interest groups such as EE-ISAC and ENCS and make your voice hear. Be there at the start of the smart grid intrusion detection revolution and ensure that that your organisation’s help shape the future of smart grid intrusion detection in favour of end-user needs.
  4. Hands-on technology previews: through a series of 1:1 sessions taking place in our live demo labs this is your opportunity to get hands-on and personal with the latest utility specific intrusion detection systems entering the market. Get to grips with their unique architectures, their functionalities, and their integration requirements, and fully assess their longer-term potential for your specific grid scenario. No question will go unanswered as you explore the potential of these new technologies in an intimate and personalised setting designed to provide speedy answers to your most complex questions.
  5. Discreet environment: every one of the participants in attendance at this meeting are profiled to ensure their fit with the agenda and audience mix, ensuring that all conversations both in the conference room and the exhibition maintain the depth and relevance that will lead to progressive outcomes. With no media presence permitted at this meeting, you can rest assured of intimacy, privacy, and solution orientation.

So, what are you waiting for? 120+ smart grid cybersecurity professionals, 10+ utility intrusion detection case-studies, 10+ utility specific intrusion detection systems on display.

The perfect opportunity to gain brand new insights, benchmark your intrusion detection strategy against the front runners, technology scout in the most focused and relevant environment, and create an action plan that will propel your cybersecurity strategy to greater success in 2019!

Register today!

To find out how you can participate as a Delegate, Exhibitor or Sponsor:

Call:       +44 (0)20 3691 1700
Email:    registration@smartgrid-forums.com
Visit:      https://www.smartgrid-forums.com/ids


Case Study on Innogy

The volume of dangerous weaknesses discovered in SCADA systems increased by 30% in the first half of 2018, according to Trend Micro. The utility sector is at a critical juncture and must act quickly to avert catastrophic cyber-attacks. Investment in the next-generation of Intrusion Detection and network monitoring tools is vital to ensuring infrastructure operators stay alert to the rapidly expanding and evolving threat landscape on a daily basis.

The time to act is now! Energy Intrusion Detection 2019 is the perfect opportunity for cybersecurity leaders to come together to learn about technical innovations, hear case studies on IDS implementation in the utility ecosystem, and ensure they have all the information required to make effective investment decisions, all in a carefully curated environment of peers and colleagues.

To provide you with the capabilities needed to manage constantly shifting risks, we are welcoming Dragomir Vatkov, Senior Cybersecurity Architect at Innogy SE, to share his experience in developing their Vulnerability Assessment Framework to analyse and prioritise vast quantities of data from cybersecurity incidents.

“Nowadays, OT environments typically contain various state-of-the-art security measures and capabilities, including IDS, IPS, Next-Gen Firewalls, NAC, Network Monitoring, Security Gateways, Endpoint Protection, etc. One of the key factors to enable the wide and timely identification of threats is the proper correlation of various security-related events through a SIEM. In this way vectors of attack, attacks propagation and impact, and potential vulnerabilities can be established. Furthermore, proper mitigation measures can be defined and applied by CIRTs for the timely remediation of business risks.

However, the increasing diversity and complexity of protected environments is leading to an immense increase in the number of events that need to be processed by SOC teams. Therefore, a focused approach to vulnerability assessment is crucial for the effectiveness and the success of SOC and CIRT Teams. By establishing of a highly mature risk-based vulnerability assessment, which maps from technical criticality to business risks, a focused prioritization of identified vulnerabilities is achieved. This enables the effective utilization of available resources and knowhow for maximizing the impact of SOC and CIRT teams.

My presentation at Energy Intrusion Detection 2019 will propose and discuss the prerequisites, challenges and advantages of such focused vulnerability assessment approaches. Furthermore, I will examine this in the context of a generic vulnerability management strategy or process for enabling extremely fast Incident Response Capabilities.”

Joining this exclusive and information-packed 3-day conference gives you the chance to hear from Dragomir, as well as 20+ more expert speakers on their experience at the cutting edge of IDS implementation and operation. Take in presentations from pioneering utilities, learn about the most innovative suppliers and their industry-leading technology, network with like-minded cybersecurity practitioners, and come away with all the knowledge needed to take your OT Cybersecurity to the next level.

Review the latest programme and speaker line-up here!

Register today!

To find out how you can participate as a Delegate, Exhibitor or Sponsor:

Call:       +44 (0)20 3691 1700
Email:    registration@smartgrid-forums.com
Visit:      https://www.smartgrid-forums.com/ids


New speakers announced from Alliander, Innogy, E.ON and ENCS

We’re delighted to announce the addition of 4 new speakers to the speaker line-up at Energy Intrusion Detection 2019. Please join me in welcoming them to an already outstanding programme.

  • Robin Massink of Alliander will be sharing his experience of implementing IDS and SIEM software to combine data from multiple OT environments and security tools, including a SCADA system containing 11,000 hosts distributed between 15 chains of systems
  • Dragomir Vatkov of Innogy will explain his work on Vulnerability Assessment, including the development of algorithms to identify and prioritise the most pressing threats and vulnerabilities to optimise security resources
  • Nikolaus Wirtz from ON’s Energy Research Institute will be sharing the lessons learned from their SUCCESS and DEFENDER projects, including the integration of multiple domains into a unified security framework and the development of a platform for aggregating multiple streams of security traffic.
  • Maarten Hoeve from ENCS will be presenting on how only an industry-wide approach to cybersecurity will prepare utilities for the new threats posed by a transitioning energy system.

The response to this programme has been fantastic and we look forward to welcoming 120+ utility cybersecurity leaders to this crucial conversation in January 2019. If you have not booked your place yet, now is the perfect time to do so. Visit the registration page and secure your organisation’s place at the leading edge of utility intrusion detection developments!

There is no better place for you to get up to speed with the lessons learnt from utility implementations of IDS technology, get to grips with how systems are being developed to meet utilities’ exacting needs, and to power network with a concentrated group of like-minded utility cybersecurity leaders and experts all charged with making imminent IDS system investment decisions.

So, get 2019 off to a strong start by joining the most crucial utility cybersecurity conversation of the year. 120+ participants, 10+ utility case-studies, 10+ IDS system suppliers, over 3 dynamic days. You will be in great company!

Review the latest programme and speaker line-up here!

Register today!

To find out how you can participate as a Delegate, Exhibitor or Sponsor:

Call:       +44 (0)20 3691 1700
Email:    registration@smartgrid-forums.com
Visit:      https://www.smartgrid-forums.com/ids


Case Study on Hidroelectrica

The 2018 Fortinet and Forrester survey reveals that “56% of organisations operating SCADA/ICS reported a serious security breach in the last year”. This is a staggering statistic and indicates that electric utilities are still at high risk of serious attacks especially given their bias towards prevention and away from detection techniques.

The time is therefore ripe for utilities to seriously consider the potential of intrusion detection systems as a core part of their overall cybersecurity strategy. To do this effectively, utility cybersecurity leaders must be convinced of both the benefits these systems will deliver and the threats they will face in the absence of them.

There is no better place for you to zoom out from your day-to-day pressures, connect all the prevention and detection dots, and make well-informed investment and implementations decisions, than at Energy Intrusion Detection 2019.

And to help you fully assess the bigger picture we are delighted to have Yugo Neumorni, CISO at Hidroelectrica and Chairman of the Cybersecurity Council for EuroCIO both chair and speak at the conference. This week we caught up with Yugo for a sneak preview of his contribution.

Yugo explained: Cyber-attacks have been silently carried out since the Stone Age of the Internet, but many of these have flown under the radar as they did not have a direct, visible impact on our day-to-day lives. Now however, billions of objects and computers connected to the Internet could become available weapons in the hands of cybercriminals. It is no longer a matter of IF but WHEN a critical national infrastructure system will collapse or, even worse, entire nationwide infrastructure.

Recent attacks on industrial facilities have shown us how vulnerable Industrial Control Systems (OT) are, and power grids are no exception. This is why Intrusion Detection Systems must become a key pillar of these companies’ OT cybersecurity strategy. At “Energy Intrusion Detection 2019” I will explain the critical role of IDS systems for companies in order to implement and operate a reliable cyber-defence framework. We will discuss also the critical role of the CISO in the cybersecurity ecosystem, the increased complexity of the latest advanced persistent threats, and how the latest technological trends like artificial intelligence and machine learning are applied in protecting OT infrastructure.

It is up to all of us to protect our society with reliable cybersecurity measures, and this must be built upon a foundation of education and awareness within both industry and society.”

Yugo will be one of 20+ speakers scheduled to share his Intrusion Detection experience and expertise at this intensive 3-day conference. Alongside the utility case-studies you will hear in-depth technology innovation insights, get up to speed with the latest system integration advice, and get the opportunity to network with like-minded cybersecurity colleagues in an intimate and private meeting environment, open only to electric utility cybersecurity practitioners!

To review the latest programme and speaker line-up click here!

Register today

To find out how you can participate as a Delegate, Exhibitor or Sponsor:

Call:       +44 (0)20 3691 1700
Email:    registration@smartgrid-forums.com
Visit:      https://www.smartgrid-forums.com/ids


What will you learn at Energy Intrusion Detection 2019?

Make sure that you’re part of the most important cybersecurity conference for electric utilities this year. Read on to learn how this conference will provide you with the vital knowledge you need to protect your critical infrastructure.

What you will learn:

Board Support:

It is pivotal that your senior management is presented with the information they need to justify full support for IDS. Without specific budgets, skilled teams, and clearly defined goals, organisations won’t reach the level of security needed to protect their networks. Hear from Phil TonkinNational Grid on how to ensure you present a compelling business case which will deliver the necessary resources for full IDS implementation, considering the strict penalties threatened by the NIS directive.

Procurement:

No amount of resources will be effective if without a well-defined roadmap for procurement. Identifying vendors, evaluating their capabilities, and executing Proofs of Concept requires a thorough strategy to guarantee you choose the best product for your needs. Erki Poder – Elektrilevi will share his experience project managing a successful IDS procurement process and the lessons learnt, so that you maximise your return on investment.

Monitoring:

The core functionality of IDS is to monitor the traffic in your network – it is therefore crucial that you implement use cases which maximise the visibility of your OT environment and leave no places for malicious agents to hide. Ivo Maritz, CISO of BKW, will demonstrate how they have implemented IDS with Active Monitoring capabilities to allow analysis of a vast range of devices and modules while ensuring efficient investment in deployment

Advanced Machine Learning & AI:

AI is a key technology for the next-generation of IDS. Simplifying configuration, automatically adjusting to changes in network topology, and providing deeper analysis of traffic behaviour are just some of the potential benefits. Join Martin Sloan, CISO at Drax Power to hear about how his team are leading the way in advanced IDS technology and how you could do the same.

Register today!

This is the only utility-specific, IDS-centric, and vendor agnostic conference on the market. Book your place to ensure you don’t miss out on this chance to transform your cybersecurity and futureproof your infrastructure in what is a rapidly evolving threat landscape.

To find out how you can participate as a Delegate, Exhibitor or Sponsor:

Call:       +44 (0)20 3691 1700
Email:    registration@smartgrid-forums.com
Visit:      www.smartgrid-forums.com/ids


Registration is live

Registration is now live for the inaugural Energy Intrusion Detection 2019 conference, exhibition and networking forum. This 3-day, case-study-driven, implementation-focused cybersecurity conference provides an urgently-needed roadmap for electric utilities to implement IDS into their OT Networks. Given the critical nature of utility infrastructure, and the growing risk of cyber-attacks, it is imperative that these solutions are urgently implemented and effectively.

Why this conference?

This conference is unlike any other cybersecurity conference. It focusses specifically on Intrusion Detection, is vendor-independent, and designed purely to meet the needs of smart utility organisations.

Through an in-depth and meticulously researched programme, you will hear from Cybersecurity leaders from Transmission, Distribution, and Generation, on their implementation experiences and the lessons learnt. You will get unique insights into the factors influencing their choice of IDS solutions, and the steps they took to integrate IDS while working to ensure collaboration between specialists from the OT and IT domains. You will learn about the technical, organisational, and cultural barriers to achieving robust cybersecurity, and how to overcome these.

The entire IDS implementation process will be covered; from securing board support, managing procurement, configuring the tools, and learning to use them. In-depth technical case study presentations will combine with innovation focused panel discussions, a series of end user round table debates, and a deep diving tutorial on the testing of different IDS solutions. Alongside the main conference there is a solution zone displaying 10+ suppliers of the latest utility focussed IDS solutions. The event rounds off with a networking evening reception open to all participants providing a lively and sociable environment for you to make new contacts and create new partnerships to take your cybersecurity to the next level.

Who should attend

This programme is designed to meet the information needs of OT cybersecurity specialists and leaders who are working with IDS to add much-needed monitoring capabilities to their networks.

Join our audience if you are involved with Cybersecurity department leadership, system implementation and configuration, SOC development, OT networks, or security analysis.

Join our solution zone if you have IDS solutions designed for the smart utility OT environment.

Spread the word

This is the premier OT cybersecurity conference for electric utilities: there is no other event with such a targeted focus.

Forward this email to your colleagues and peers in cybersecurity and ensure that all those who would benefit from this event have the opportunity to join the most crucial smart grid cybersecurity conference of the year!

Discussion themes include:

  • IDS and OT Roadmap: laying the foundations for successful IDS deployment to underpin a robust OT Cybersecurity strategy which meets the demands of the NIS directive and the ever-increasing complexity of the threat landscape
  • Organisational Alignment: ensuring a proactive approach to facilitate successful collaboration with buy-in from senior management and cooperation between business units from OT and IT
  • IDS Procurement: examining key specifications and processes for electric utilities to identify, compare, and partner with vendors to ensure implementation of the best solutions for your environment
  • Implementation, Integration, and Configuration: installing and tuning IDS solutions to optimise their monitoring and analysis power, while eliminating false positives and alarm fatigue in the control room
  • SOC Development: embedding robust and dynamic security capabilities into your organisation through upskilling of personnel, acquisition and retention of the best talent, and installation of the most intuitive SIEM
  • Advanced technologies: examining new techniques and tools for more advanced traffic monitoring including deep learning and artificial intelligence

Speakers include:

  • Yugo Neumorni, Board Member and Chairman of the Cybersecurity Council – EuroCIO Association (CISO – Hidroelectrica)
  • Philip Tonkin, Global Head of Cyber Operational Technology – National Grid
  • Martin Sloan, Chief Information Security Officer – Drax Power
  • Nuno Pereira, OT Cyber Security Officer – EDP
  • Agustin Valencia Gil-Ortega, OT Cybersecurity – Iberdrola
  • Ivo Maritz, Chief Information Security Officer – BKW
  • Erki Poder, Managing Project Manager – Elektrilevi
  • Matthew Freeman, Global Head of Cybersecurity – DNV GL
  • Fred Streefland, Chief Security Officer, NEUR – Palo Alto Networks
  • Mark Ossel, Vice President – Networked Energy Services & Board Member – OSGP
  • Elisa Costante, Chief Technology Officer – Security Matters
  • Laurence Duquerroy, Application and Telecommunications Project Manager – European Space Agency
  • Roee Schreiber, Principal Director – Accenture Security
  • Dani Grabois, Senior Principal – Accenture Security
  • Bas Kruimer, Senior Manager, ICS/OT Resources – Accenture Security
  • Professor Chris Hankin, Director, Institute of Cyber Security & Technology – Imperial College London

…with several others in the process of confirming their contributions. Watch this space!

Register today!

To find out how you can participate as a Delegate, Exhibitor or Sponsor:

Call:       +44 (0)20 3691 1700
Email:    registration@smartgrid-forums.com
Visit:      www.smartgrid-forums.com/ids


Save the Date

Please save the date for Energy Intrusion Detection 2019, taking place 29-31 January 2019 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This intensive 3-day conference, exhibition and networking forum comes at a critical time for smart utilities, who are under unprecedented pressure to meet the demands of the NIS Directive and ensure robust yes cost-effective monitoring of the smart grid.

Drawing together 120+ smart utility cybersecurity leaders and specialists, this technically focused case-study programme provides invaluable insights into the lessons learnt from the most recent smart utility IDS implementations. Critical issues such the specification of IDS functionality, implementation and configuration in specific utility architectures and ecosystems, development of the SOC, and organisational transformation to meet the demands of IT/OT convergence will be addressed in great depth.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Yugo Neumorni, Board Member and Chairman of the Cybersecurity Council – EuroCIO Association, and CISO – Hidroelectrica
  • Philip Tonkin, Global Head of Cyber Operational Technology – National Grid
  • Martin Sloan, Chief Information Security Officer – Drax Power
  • Nuno Pereira, OT Cyber Security Officer – EDP
  • Erki Poder, Managing Project Manager – Elektrilevi
  • Matthew Freeman, Global Head of Cybersecurity – DNV GL
  • Fred Streefland, Chief Security Officer, NEUR – Palo Alto Networks
  • Roee Schreiber, Principal Director, Security – Accenture, Managing Director – Maglan
  • Dani Grabois, Head of R&D – Maglan Accenture Security
  • Bas Kruimer, Senior Security Manager, ICS/OT Resources – Accenture
  • Professor Chris Hankin, Director, Institute of Cyber Security & Technology – Imperial College London

 …with many others in the process of finalising their contributions, watch this space!

Discussion themes include:

  • Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) Roadmap – making IDS a key pillar of your OT cybersecurity strategy to maximise return on investment as security demands evolve in tandem with the Smart Grid
  • Maximising Board Support – translating technical risks and opportunities into a compelling business case for full investment in IDS
  • Organisational Alignment – ensuring collaboration and cooperation between relevant business units to implement your IDS solutions holistically and maximise their benefits
  • IDS Procurement – designing a thorough and efficient procurement process assessing multiple vendors to select the best solutions and partners for your business
  • IDS Implementation and Integration – optimising IDS deployment to maximise effectiveness while minimising both investment and potential disruption to critical network operations
  • SOC Development for IDS – exploring approaches to embedding IDS into a variety of SOC frameworks to ensure full preparedness for timely and constructive responses to anomalies
  • Advanced Machine Learning & AI – leveraging improvements to advanced analytics and machine learning technology to automatically configure IDS and improve its reliability
  • IDS Functionality – understanding the core functionalities of next-generation IDS and examining the different techniques that underpin these
  • Improved Situational Awareness – incorporating monitoring and analysis of the network’s cyberphysical performance to improve anomaly detection and support traditional tools
  • IDS Technology Innovation Panel – during this session several IDS system innovators will present their unique solutions for the smart utility cybersecurity environment. This is your opportunity to quiz the tech innovators, get under the skins of their offerings, and build state of the art IDS capability into your implementation roadmap
  • IDS Configuration – tuning your IDS to correctly identify rogue network traffic using multiple analysis techniques to improve reliability and limit false positives
  • Communications Architecture – leveraging more powerful IDS tools to support the security of more vulnerable and higher capacity telecoms networks
  • Standards Development – supporting the development and adoption of communications protocols to improve the security and interoperability of network systems and devices across the grid
  • SCADA Protection Use Case – utilising IDS to holistically monitor and secure a more interconnected and automated control environment
  • Substation Protection Use Case – identifying the most vulnerable substations and implementing an IDS roll-out strategy that effectively balances minimising cost with maximising security
  • AMI Security Use Case – exploring the potential for IDS to cost effectively mitigate the risks associated with mass AMI deployment
  • Financial Services Case Study – learning from cross-industry examples of successful IDS implementation to leverage a wider pool of cybersecurity expertise
  • Balancing-Market Entrants – using IDS to combat the security risks associated with admitting more players at various levels of the balancing mechanism including small-scale generation and storage
  • Distributed Energy Resources – fully preparing the grid to monitor a growing number of DERs connected to your critical control systems via the LV network
  • Solution Testing Tutorial – rigorously testing vendors’ IDS tools against a broad range of criteria to ensure they meet key functional requirements, integrate well into your existing architecture, and remain robust in a changing landscape

Solution Zone opportunities

Would you like the opportunity to raise your brand profile, demonstrate your products and services, and share your expertise with a highly concentrated and influential group of utility cybersecurity leaders?

Our adjoining exhibition area provides the perfect platform for you to do this and more! Capped at 10 stands we ensure a focused and relevant display of the latest tools, technologies and services for our audience and maximum visibility for each exhibitor.

Contact us today to find out more about the various sponsorship and exhibition opportunities.

Register today

To find out how you can participate as a Delegate, Sponsor or Exhibitor:

Call:     +44 (0)20 3691 1700
Email:  registration@smartgrid-forums.com
Web:     www.smartgrid-forums.com/ids

We look forward to meeting you at the event in January 2019.