Developing advanced SCADA, EMS and DMS infrastructure to deliver intelligent monitoring and control of the evolving energy system
27-31 January 2020 | Berlin, Germany


SCADA Cybersecurity Seminar Friday 31 January 2020 Download
08:00Registration and refreshments
08:45Welcome back from the Chair
09:00Next-Gen SCADA Security Strategy: Developing a SCADA security strategy that strikes an effective balance between security and usability
09:40Cybersecurity Policy: Aligning organisational approaches to cybersecurity with the latest technology and standards to comprehensively manage all types of cybersecurity risk
10:20Next Generation IDS Implementation and Integration: Optimising IDS deployment to maximise effectiveness while minimising both investment and potential disruption to critical network operations
11:00Morning refreshments and networking
11:30Technology Innovation Panel: Developing state-of-the-art cybersecurity solutions to meet the diverse requirements of grid operators
12:50Lunch and networking
13:50Emerging Threats: Understanding evolving hacker trends and how technology innovations are opening SCADA infrastructure up to advanced, persistent attacks
  • Martin Gilje Jaatun - Sintef
    Martin Gilje Jaatun
    Senior Scientist Information Security, SINTEF
14:30Security Operations Centre: Building the capability to effectively detect and respond to the full range of cybersecurity threats
15:10Threat Detection: Developing advanced security monitoring and threat detection to deliver cyber resilience in OT environments
  • Giovanna Dondossola
    Giovanna Dondossola
    Transmission and Distribution Technologies Department, RSE
15:50Afternoon refreshments and networking
16:20SCADA Cyberattack Live Demo: Demonstrating real-life attacks on SCADA equipment and physical security systems to establish effective mitigation strategies
  • Dmytry Cherkashyn
    Dmytry Cherkashyn
    IT/OT Security Scientist, Institute for Security & Safety (ISS) at Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences
17:20End of Seminar