Session Introduction - Security Frameworks to Prevent Hacking The Grid
Cybersecurity projects and case studies on different levels of the smart grid. Protecting vulnerabilities of IT and OT. Malware attacks, data leakage and digital fraud detection. Specific vulnerabilities concerning smart meters, SCADA systems, PLC's and more.
From Silicon to Cloud, IIoT Security with Intel Technologies and Solutions
Grid Digitalization and Security challenges associated and its mitigation utilizing Industrial Internet Consortium’s (IIC) Security Recommendations to gain Integrity (Device and Data), Availability and Resilience
Hardware based and assistant security capabilities for Smart Grid / Smart Cities based on Intel platforms scaling from Intel Quark based MCUs to Intel Xeon.
Software Security and Security Services from Intel to architect the Smart Grid / Smart City.
Many security talks are too abstract and hard to apply to the real-world. Many attendees leave those talks none the wiser. This presentation aims to be the exact opposite and focuses on relevant smart grid security pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Panel: Addressing New Forms of Cybersecurity Risks to European Energy Utilities
There are a number of new cybersecurity risks that European utilities must address.
These include threats resulting in operational consequences to the respective infrastructure, such as losses in a specific region (cf. the incident in the Ukraine)
Liability risks related to new regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GPDR) and NIS Directive.
This panel will discuss the various challenges of addressing these risks, examining their importance for energy utilities and the potential solution space. Panelists will be asked to comment on where priorities should be placed for energy utilities to address these new cybersecurity risks.