On March 13th and 14th 2018, the Cyber Senate Rail Cyber Security Summit returns to London United Kingdom to address the evolving cyber threats to global rail infrastructure.
Advanced digitisation widely deployed to increase enterprise efficiencies, network optimisation, enhanced asset visibility and increased shareholder value, has also created a proliferation of endpoint vulnerabilities throughout a legacy system historically isolated from such threats.
From passenger information systems to IT and OT converged architectures and the rapidly advancing deployment of the Internet of Things, the C suite now have a challenge on their hands that may increase profitability but also may prove to have severe consequences capable of effecting the ability to run and operate rail infrastructure safely.
Join us as we address change transformation, cybersecurity and safety, maturity models, governance and share technical case studies from front-line IT and OT leaders. Together we will assess command and control system vulnerabilities, see demonstrations from pentesters, address best practice in the supply chain, IOT, endpoint protection and third-party risk. We will look at how the industry is developing a culture of awareness through training and how they are managing the skills gap. Further discussion will include the potential impact of insurance, how we are redefining procurement language, but most importantly, how the industry can better develop its response capability and leadership.
Commercial: GBP 1299
Rail and Asset Owners: GBP 399
Category: Conferences | Business & Economics | Security
Speakers: Peter Van den Bossche, Infrabel, Information Security Officer, Geir Arild Engh-Hellesvik, NSB Group IT, Chief Information Security Officer, Natasha Maksymowski, Rail Cyber Security Advisor, Transport Security - Coordination and Operational Response (TS-COD), Department for Transport, Chris Johnson, University of Glasgow, Head of Computing Science, Russ Evans, Rail Industry Safety and Standards Board (Australia), General Manager National Rail Programs, Sergey Tverdyshev, certMILS project, Technical Leader of the certMILS project, Marc Antoni, International Union of Railways, Director of the Rail System Department, Chris Blask, US ICS ISAC, Chair, Dr. Jan Collie, Discovery Forensics Ltd, Principal & Senior Forensic Investigator, Markus Heinrich, Technical University Darmstadt, Security Engineering Group of TU Darmstadt, Ken Munro, Pen Test Partners, Founder and Partner, Christian Schlehuber, DB Netz, Team Leader CyberSecurity OT, Robert Stroud, Adelard, Principal Consultant, Douglas Young, HS2, Asset Information Manager, Sonia Zahiroddiny, HS2, BIM Strategy Manager