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Third ICS Cyber Security Energy & Utilities Forum announced and please Register Your Interest.                                   Visitors to the Exhibition may attend for FREE.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Tuesday, May 12
 
07.30   Registration and Refreshments
     
08.15   FORUM INTRODUCTION
     
08.30   KEYNOTE SESSION
    KEYNOTE ADDRESS
    Mike McConnell, Strategic Advisor and former Vice Chairman,
    Booz Allen Hamilton, Former Director of National Intelligence, USA
     
09.00   SESSION A
    Chair:
    Aarnout Wennekers, Advisor (Audit and Corporate Governance), Ministry of Energy, Qatar
    This session will focus on specific national cyber security frameworks giving guidance on how critical systems need to be adequately protected and how they compare with a classical approach. Topics covered and debated will include guidance on understanding the business risks, selecting and implementing security improvements, establishing effective response capabilities and give insights as to how they will develop and be implemented.
     
09.00   CYBER SECURITY: OMAN NATIONAL CERT PERSPECTIVE
    Amr Mahdi, Cyber Security Expert, Oman National CERT
     
09.35   RECENT DEVELOPMENTS ON THE FRENCH FRAMEWORK FOR CRITICAL NATIONAL
    INFRASTRUCTURE: NEW CYBER LAWS
    Pierre-Mayeul Badaire, Product Unit Director, ERCOM, UAE
     
10.10   Refreshments and Exhibition
     
10.40   ICS SECURITY – A GOOD PRACTICE FRAMEWORK
    Justin Lowe, Energy Sector Cyber Security Expert, PA Consulting, UK
     
11.15   SESSION A PANEL SESSION
    The speakers in Session A will be joined by other senior industry figures
     
12.00   Luncheon
     
     
13.30   SESSION B
    Chair:
    Justin Lowe
    Topics raised in this session focus on the importance of designing and building ICS security architectures to provide greater assurance to its stakeholders that the risks are being managed to acceptable levels. Also there will be a showcase of a real experiment operating a network of ICS honeynets deployed over several continents and what were the lessons learned and how this knowledge was fed back into the national standards. Moreover the concept of ICS security will be demonstrated through case studies in different critical infrastructure sectors, to show the real value of industrial network monitoring going beyond the detection of cyberattacks, and how the need to maintain awareness about network and process operations, which together with actionable intelligence allows the preservation of overall system health.
     
13.30   BUILDING RESILIENT CYBER SECURITY ARCHITECTURES FOR INDUSTRIAL CONTROL
    SYSTEMS
    Christopher Beggs, Managing Director, Security Infrastructure Solutions (SIS), Australia
     
14.05   45 DAYS OF ICS HONEYNET (WHAT’S REALLY OUT THERE)
    Omar Sherin, Head of CIIP, QCERT, Qatar
     
14.40   Refreshments and Exhibition
     
15.10   WHERE CYBERSECURITY MEETS OPERATIONAL VALUE
    Damiano Bolzoni, Managing Director, SecurityMatters, Netherlands
     
15.45   UNDERSTANDING THE VIEW FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FIREWALL
    Tim Harwood, Managing Director, Harwood Security and Training Consultancy, UK
     
16.20   PANEL SESSION
    Session B speakers will be joined by other leading practitioners
     
17.00   CONFERENCE RECEPTION – EXHIBITION
     
18.30   CLOSE of DAY 1