Advancing prevention, detection and response strategies to ensure the reliability and resilience of the smart grid against a rapidly changing threat landscape
6-8 October 2020 | Berlin, Germany


Conference Day 2 Wednesday 7 October 2020 Download
08:00Registration and refreshments
08:45Welcome back from the Chair
09:00Substation Security - Developing an integrated cyber & physical security strategy to support the more complex needs of multi-vendor, multi-edition substation
09:45SCADA & Control Systems – Futureproofing your SCADA cybersecurity through advanced prevention & detection techniques to guard against a more dynamic threat landscape
10:30Morning refreshments, networking and exhibition
11:00Technology Innovation Panel: Supplier Solutions Implementing Security By Design - Incorporating security into the design process to ensure vendors can meet the cybersecurity requirements of utilities
12:30Lunch, networking and exhibition
14:00Supplier Relationship Management – Collaborating with suppliers to utilise their technical expertise whilst developing cost effective futureproofed solutions that are fit for smart utilities
14:45Implementing IEC 62443 – Demonstrating the value of securing the smart grid at a systemic level to integrate different levels of security maturity in a multi-vendor industrial control system
  • Frances Cleveland
    Frances Cleveland
    President, Xanthus Consulting InternationalConvenor, IEC TC 57 WG 15
15:30Afternoon refreshments, networking and exhibition
16:00Implementing 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
16:45Cloud Security – Preparing for the adoption of more cloud-based services with increased interconnectivity and mitigating the risks on a systemic level
17:30End of day two