October 26, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Engerati - Jamie Barnes
Alliander - Johan Rambi
EDP Distribuição - Nuno Medeiros
Alliander, EDP Distribuição
Is information and experience sharing the ideal approach to cyber security on the grid? What does it take to get utilities around the table discussing freely and openly? Can a bond between stakeholders on the grid advance the grid security debate?
Ahead of the EE-ISAC Pre-Launch Cyber Security programme at EUW 2015 we assess current utility pain-points, lessons learnt from recent case studies and the opportunity to advance and accelerate the smart grid security debate via knowledge sharing!
You will also hear about EE-ISAC approach;
- why it is different and how this could advance the security debate
- what you can expect as energy professionals
- a teaser of some of the techniques and approaches
It will be Q&A chat style and moderated by Adam Malik, our director and in-house chief inquisitor, so send us your questions before hand if you wish to get involved...
Why attend this webinar:
1. Experiences from recent cyber security collaboration innitiatives
2. The state of information and knowledge sharing
3. What the optimal and realistic models would look like
More information about the speakers:
Engerati - Jamie Barnes - Project Manager - Twitter @Engerati
Alliander - Johan Rambi - Privacy & Security Advisor
EDP Distribuição - Nuno Medeiros - OT Architect and Cybersecurity Officer
Information about the Organizer:
Engerati is the central destination for delegates from over 40 leading energy events - A global meeting place for energy professionals to network, collaborate, share and engage.
Connect with international industry stakeholders, gain new insights, and exchange information on the latest energy developments.