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Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems

Building Resilient Systems for the 21st Century

31 March – 1 April 2021
IET London: Savoy Place, UK
Call for Papers deadline: 30 November 2020

About the event

Event format

While we are keen to ensure that Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems is held as an in-person event, please be aware that circumstances may necessitate a change to an online format. We are keeping informed of government guidance regarding business events and the number of people who can meet safely. We will communicate any changes via this website and by direct contact to registered delegates.

Any in-person event will adhere to physical distancing and other safety guidelines, as current at the date of the event.

About the event

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Industrial Control Systems are constantly exposed to cyber threats.

With the rapid advancements in technology and connectivity, these attacks are becoming increasingly complex and difficult to detect. Cybersecurity, therefore, needs to be a top priority for companies seeking to identify new risks and increasing their resilience to the evolving threats to critical systems.

The Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems conference will focus on identifying the latest cybersecurity challenges facing companies today and examine how these can be mitigated against by building resilient and responsive systems. You will also get exclusive insights into new techniques and technologies. Plus, the opportunity to network with some of the UK’s cybersecurity giants makes this a must-attend conference for anyone working in critical systems.

Pricing

Member -  £550

Non-member -  £700

Government -  £199

Student / retired-  £235

Vendors and solution providers - £999

What’s new for 2021

  • Progress report on the NIS directive and guidelines to remain compliant
  • Insights on how the UK’s top industries are future-proofing their critical systems amidst the recent challenges
  • Introducing a new track on Systems Safety, bridging the gap between OT and IT systems

Call for Papers

For the first time, you have the chance to present your work at the conference! We are looking for contributions of c. 1500 words for the Systems Safety track, and you could have your work published in the IET’s Cyber-Physical Systems: Theory & Applications Journal.

Submit your contribution by 30 November 2020.

Event Chair

Mike StJohn-Green

Mike St John Green

Mike is an independent consultant in cybersecurity, currently working with a range of clients, primarily in the City of London and Europe.

His 39 years working for the UK government included positions at GCHQ and most recently in the Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance in the Cabinet Office.

Mike also works with the Information Security Forum, which publishes the internationally recognised Standard of Good Practice.

Why should I attend?

  • Gain the latest insights into cybersecurity technologies and best practices - what are the most important security measures to employ within industrial control systems?
  • Get updates on the latest UK government regulations and recommendations - stay informed and compliant
  • Learn how to promptly respond to an attack - how can you mitigate against any potential loss of income and reputation?
  • Discover the cyber-threat landscape - what makes you a target? What methods can a potential attacker employ?
  • Meet the UK’s top cybersecurity game changers and decision-makers – grow your network