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Why USB devices are still the #1 source of malware in Industrial Control Systems, presented by Honeywell

This September in London and October in Sacramento, we learn from Honeywell why USB devices are still the #1 source of malware in ICS. This discussion will help you understand how USB devices can pose a threat even without malware, including:
o Surprisingly effective HID attacks
o More advanced threats posed by rogue network devices, serial adapters and more
Participants in London and Sacramento will see real examples of the impact these attacks can pose to ICS, plus Eric Knapp, Global Director of Cyber Security Solutions and Chief Cyber Security Engineer for Honeywell Process Solutions asks “Are these really advanced? Do you even have to worry about this?”

This year all critical national infrastructure are invited to join both shows free as an initiative to further cyber resilience in both public and private domains!
Contact Daryl Fig for your free guest pass for your team at daryl.fig@cybersenate.com

4th Annual Industrial Control Cyber Security Europe
Millennium Gloucester Hotel
London United Kingdom
September 19/20th
www.industrialcontrolcyberseceurope.com
Headline Sponsors Leidos
Co Sponsors Honeywell
Associate Sponsor Verve Industrial Protection
Associate Sponsor Airbus

Network and share best practice with leaders from Nuclear, Water, Oil and Gas, Chemical, Automotive and Smart Grid sectors

4th Annual Industrial Control Cyber Security USA Summit
The Sutter Club
Sacramento California
October 3/4
www.industrialcontrolcybersecusa.com
Co-Sponsors
Cyber Ark
Honeywell
Unisys

Associate Sponsors
Attivo Networks

Further events you won’t want to miss from the Cyber Senate:
European Rail Cyber Security Working Group, September 11/12th London
Aviation Cyber Security Summit, November 21/22 London United Kingdom
www.cybersenate.com

4th Annual Asset Information and Data Management for Smart Rail

The convergence of technology and infrastructure has the ability to transform our communities and economy, reduce emissions as well as provide an opportunity for business leaders to optimise asset performance and reduce cost.

Asset information and processes must be mission enabling, mobile and interoperable, supporting near and long term operational and project delivery goals. Information as an asset, is a key enabler for achieving organisational vision and goals.

The Sagacity Media 3rd Annual Asset information and Data Management Smart Rail event will address how the European Smart Rail Infrastructure sector are developing and implementing asset information strategies, managing data across multiple disparate systems and leveraging new technologies to succeed. Do not miss this opportunity to learn how the industry are developing and utilising new innovations that enable operations, maintenance and project delivery.

Asset Information and Data Management for Smart Infrastructure

The convergence of technology and infrastructure has the ability to transform our communities and economy, reduce emissions as well provide an opportunity for business leaders to optimise asset performance and reduce cost.
Asset information and data management will allow more precise decisions to be made to balance cost, risk and performance, supporting operational effectiveness and efficiency.
We will be addressing how the European Smart Infrastructure sector are developing and implementing asset information strategies, managing data across multiple disparate systems and leveraging new technologies to succeed.

NUCLEAR CYBER SECURITY

Industrial Control Cyber Security Nuclear

KEY TOPICS OF DISCUSSION
Will pivot on convergence of operational and information technology transformation, design, implementation, integration and risks associated with enterprise facing architecture.
2016 will provide insight into how industry can further develop organisational priorities, effective methodologies, educate procurement, ensure supply chain security and how to incorporate security throughout the ICS lifecyle through the engineering process by developing appropriate security measures in specification, operation and design.

WHO ATTENDS?

The Cyber Senate Industrial Control Cybersecurity conference consists of presentations and debate from some of the Nuclear energy industry’s leading end users from Operational and IT backgrounds, Government influencers, leading cybersecurity authorities and some of the world’s most influential solution providers. Job titles include CIO, CISO, SCADA Security Directors, Cyber Security Managers, Global Directors, CTO’s, CIP Security and Compliance, Chief Engineers, Head of Operational Technology, Head of Information Security, IT Security and Threat Intelligence professionals

OUR MISSION

All stakeholders have a new responsibility in ensuring the safety, reliability and stability of our Critical National Infrastructure.
Public and Private partnerships are paramount and information sharing on an international level a priority. We will be addressing key areas of vulnerability, threat detection, mitigation, and planning for the Nuclear sector.

Lessons learned in delivering CBTC successfully

“Realisation of the future network and lessons learned in delivering CBTC successfully” presented by Engineering Director, Capital Programmes DirectorateLondon Underground, Mr George Clark

  • Lessons learned in previous deployments
  • Bringing the next four lines into the modern era

Key success factors