Cyber security: understanding the risks
Cyber security is the number one risk keeping senior UK utilities leaders awake at night according to recent research conducted by Utility Week. In an environment of international geopolitical tension and economic volatility, it is inevitable that cyber aggressors will increasingly target critical national infrastructure owners, seeking out vulnerabilities in their increasingly digital operations to hold companies and customers to ransom and cause havoc. Join this session to discover:
The volume of cyber attacks on UK utilities – and what’s keeping them safe
The risk of cyber terrorism, and the factors driving this
How to limit the likelihood of successful cyber-attack and safeguard our networks, including safety standards and access protocols
How we can best protect personal data and assets?
As utilities push to share and open-up data what digital security measures are necessary and required?
Chair: James Wallin, Utility Week Editorial Team
Understanding and managing the national risks to improve resilience
Alexandra Luck, Joint policy lead, National Digital Twin Programme
Building a cyber secure and resilient energy system, with consumer protection at its heart
Silvano Sogus, Director of security architecture and assurance, DCC
Industrial control system threat landscape
Ben Miller, Vice president threat operations center, Dragos