Programme

Day 1: 5 May 2021

08:30

Online platform open for networking

Industry outlook

09:00

IET & Chairman’s welcome and introduction

Mike St John Green, Independent Security Consultant, IET Cyber Security Network

09:05

 

NCSC Keynote: Designing a systems-theoretic approach on safety and cybersecurity

Senior Representative, National Cyber Security Centre

09:30

 

Managing safety and cybersecurity risk: Priorities for HSE

Sarabjit Purewal, Principal Specialist Inspector, HSE

09:55

Joint Q&A with NCSC and HSE

10:05

Networking break

 

Track A : Cyber security systems that are secure by design

Mike St John Green, Independent Security Consultant, IET Cyber Security Network

Track B: Systems safety for industrial control systems

Chris Johnson Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Queen’s University Belfast

10:30

The future of ransomware in industrial automation

Michael H. Firstenberg, Director of Industrial Security, Waterfall Security Solutions

Open architecture for airport security systems

Eugene Kramer, Head of Cybersecurity for Passenger, AVSEC and Borders

Security Strategy and Cyber Defence, Heathrow Airport

Richard Dempers, Senior Consultant, Rheinberry

10:55

Overcoming cybersecurity challenges in the automotive sector

Peter Davies, Director Security Concepts, Thales UK & lead, Cyber Security for AESIN (Automotive Electronics Innovation Network) and the UK Auto Council

iTrace, an end-to-end cyber resilient system for constrained IoT devices messaging

E Pioli Moro, Applied Research, Research Professional, British Telecommunications plc

John NJ Davies, Applied Research, Research Manager, British Telecommunications plc

11:25

Case Study: Cyber Security - Continual assessment and improvement in downstream gas and electricity

Mohammed Zumla, Chief Cyber Security Architect, NIS Competent Authority

Identified challenges of standard compliance and long lifetime in critical cyber-physical system

Johan Malmström, Global Cybersecurity Manager PG Grid Integration, Hitachi-ABB Power Grids

Daniel Hallmans, System Architect for the MACH Control and Protection system, Hitachi-ABB Power Grids

12:00

Networking break

12:45

Designing security architecture to enable digital transformation in the energy industry and how can the lessons learned be applied to different industries

Ayman Al Issa, Industrial Cybersecurity Lead and Senior Expert, McKinsey & Company

Increasing Functional Safety System Reliability by Adding Communication Security 

Vivek Hajarnavis, Business Development Manager, Rockwell Automation

Jack Visoky, Principal Engineer, Rockwell Automation

13:10

Cyber regulation: The US Departments of defences cybersecurity maturity model certification (CMMC) programme, its impact on the UK defence industry base, manufacturing and operations technology (OT)

Andy Watkin Child, Director, The Security Institute

Cyber Security as an enabler in the paradigm Shift of the utilities' modern asset management and maintenance

Noble Naibo Ji, Regional Application Specialist, OMICRON Electronics

Andreas Klien, Head of Business Development, Power Utility Communication, OMICRON Electronics

13:35

Networking break

13:55

Summary of Track A and Track B

14:00

Industry Panel: Challenges around safety and cyber-security standards and their implications for the industry

Moderator:

Mike St John Green, Independent Security Consultant, IET Cyber Security Network

Panellists:

Phil Williams, System Safety Specialist, Engineer for Safety

Louise Harney, Safety Manager, Leonardo

Richard Piggin, Cyber security lead – Explosive Detection Systems, Rapiscan Systems

14:30

End of day one

Day 2: 6 May 2021

08:30

Online platform open for networking

Integrating your IT and OT systems

09:00

IET & Chairman’s welcome and introduction

Mike St John Green, Independent Security Consultant, IET Cyber Security Network

09:05

 

Case study: Implementing an integrated safety and security management strategy for critical industries

09:35

 

If spoofing time can make the lights go out, how do you keep them on?

Chris Farrow, Technical Services Manager, Chronos Technology

10:00

Networking break

Resilient Planning for ICS

10:30

Digital Security by Design programme and the anticipated outcomes and impact from the technologies being researched by the various UKRI funded projects

John Goodacre, Challenge Director for Digital Security by Design (DSbD), UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)

11:00

Every second matters! Responding to and recovering from cyber-attacks quickly and effectively

Raj Samani, Chief Scientist, McAfee

11:30

Human performance in OT security

Mike Hoffman, Principal Industrial Consultant, Dragos

Elizabeth Selvina, Process Control Domain Integrity, Asset Management Excellence, Shell

12:00

Networking break

The road ahead

13:00

Industry panel: What does the future hold for cyber security and the OT supply chain?

Moderator:

Paul Dorey, Facilitator, UK Energy Emergencies Executive Cyber Security Task Group & Board Member IoT Security Foundation

Daniel Lewis, CEO & Cofounder, Awen Collective

Mohammed Zumla, Chief Cyber Security Architect, NIS Competent Authority

John Parsons, Director Digital , BEAMA 

13:40

Closing remarks followed by networking

14:15

Close of conference