Advancing prevention, detection and response strategies to ensure the reliability and resilience of the smart grid against a rapidly changing threat landscape
7 October 2020 | Virtual Conference
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Smart Grid Cybersecurity 2020 Wednesday 7 October 2020 Download
08:00Participant login, objective setting, meeting scheduling, poll participation
08:20Welcome Address
08:30IT OT Convergence - Progressing IT OT convergence through new organisational structures that support closer collaboration between IT and OT colleagues to achieve seamless cybersecurity
09:00Role and Responsibility of the CISO - Elevating the role of the CISO and prioritising the areas for their attention to achieve the biggest cybersecurity impact and return on investment
  • Jeff Montagne
    Jeff Montagne
    CISO, Enedis
09:30NIS Directive in Practice - Understanding the criteria that led to the successful implementation of the NIS directive in different European countries
  • Tania Wallis
    Tania Wallis
    Researcher, University of Glasgow, School of Computing Science Secretary, EE-ISAC
10:00Security by Design BLUES (Business Led Unified Enterprise Security) – Delivering optimal cybersecurity with a comprehensive design process supported with an inclusive testing and validation programme to increase grid reliability
10:30Q&A Panel Session
10:45Morning Break, Exhibition, Networking
11:00Substation Security – developing an integrated cyber & physical security strategy to support the more complex needs of multi-vendor, multi-edition substation
11:30SCADA & Control Systems – Futureproofing your SCADA cybersecurity through advanced prevention & detection techniques to guard against a more dynamic threat landscape
12:00Smart Metering Security – Developing a smart meter cybersecurity strategy that addresses the vulnerabilities of the existing install base and future complexities introduced by DER
  • Emil Gurevitch
    Emil Gurevitch
    Senior Security Architect, Networked Energy Services (NES)Member, OSGP Alliance
  • Oleksandr Kabachynskyi
    Oleksandr Kabachynskyi
    Head Of System Administration & Information Security, JSC Khmelnytskoblenergo
12:30DER Security – Developing your cybersecurity framework for a DER integrated smart grid environment, ensuring adequate visibility and control over grid extensions
13:00Q&A Panel Session
13:15Lunch, Exhibition, Networking
14:00Cloud Security – Preparing for the adoption of more cloud-based services with increased interconnectivity and mitigating the risks on a systemic level
14:30DERS - guide for cybersecurity of Distributed Energy Resources interconnected with electric power systems
  • Frances Cleveland
    Frances Cleveland
    President, Xanthus Consulting International Convenor, IEC TC 57 WG 15
15:00Implementing IEC 62351 & Applying ISO27001 - Leveraging industry experience of security standards when designing or maturing cybersecurity solutions across the network
  • Ovidiu Serban
    Ovidiu Serban
    Senior Consultant in Intelligent Networks & Communication, DNV GL
15:30Secure Remote Access for OT – Identifying cybersecurity risk associated with provisioning remote access for facilitating remote operations and maintenance, and developing an advanced cybersecurity strategy to mitigate the threat
  • Tahir Saleem
    Tahir Saleem
    Operational Technology Cyber Security (ICS/SCADA), DEWA
16:00Q&A Panel Session
16:15Afternoon Break, Exhibition, Networking
16:30Technology Innovation - incorporating security into the design process to better meet utility requirements
  • Peter Kreutzer
    Peter Kreutzer
    Senior Product Manager, Hitachi ABB Power Grids
  • Andreas Klien
    Andreas Klien
    Head of Business Development, Power Utility Communication, OMICRON
  • Chaitanya Bisale
    Chaitanya Bisale
    Cybersecurity Senior Expert and PSSO, Siemens
  • Sven Rutsch
    Sven Rutsch
    vCSO and System Engineer, Palo Alto Networks
  • Aasef Iqbal
    Aasef Iqbal
    Senior Specialist, OT Cybersecurity Operational Technology, EMEA , Fortinet
18:00Q&A Panel Session
18:15Roundtable Discussions
19:15Roundtable Feedback
19:45Closing Remarks