Industry leaders join the Cyber Senate on the 13th and 14th of March 2018 to establish how we may better integrate efforts to secure and strengthen resilience, identify security and resilience priorities and define an approach to managing critical infrastructure risk specific to the Maritime sector.
Held as highly informative two-day single-track conference discussion, the Cyber Senate Maritime Cyber Security conference will include multiple panels and Q&A on specific areas of concern relating to supply chain and 3rd party risk, incident response, public and private information sharing, the potential for new regulation, developing security operations centres and intelligence feeds, mission and objectives, gaining C level buy In, acceptable levels of maturity, integrating cyber and safety divisions, developing culture of awareness, how industry can address the skills gap and much more.
Attendees will also hear first-hand case studies of cyber attacks against the sector, how IT, OT and Emergency response teams are working together to respond and mitigate evolving threats.
Category: Conferences | Business and Economics | Security
On Tuesday March 13, 2018 at 9:00 am (ends Wednesday March 14, 2018 at 5:00 pm)
Commercial Ticket + VAT: GBP 1299.00
Operators Ticket + VAT: GBP 399.00
Speakers: Peter Adsett, MOL LNG, IT Manager: Certified Ethical Hacker, Infrastructure and Communications Specialist, Maritime, Cyber Security, Max J. Bobys, HudsonAnalytix – Cyber, Vice President, Global Strategies, Mark Buningh, AON, Cyber Risk Practice Leader, Rafael Company, Valenciaport Foundation, R&D Project Manager, Dr. Athanasios Drougkas, European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, Network and Information Security Officer, Dr. Ioannis Filippopoulos, Angelicoussis Group, Head of ICT/IS Department, Sharif Gardner, Axis Capital, Training Manager – Cyber Unit, Colin Gillespie, The North of England P&I Association Limited, Deputy Director (Loss Prevention), Chris Johnson, University of Glasgow, Professor and Head of Computing, Professor David Last, Consultant Engineer and Expert Witness specialising in Radio Navigation and Communications Systems, Sean McGurk, ICS-ISAC, Cyber/Physical Security SME, Senior Policy Advisor, Author, Key Note Speaker, Ken Munro, Pen Test Partners, Founder and Partner, Patrick Putman, DP World Antwerp, Chief Information and Innovation Officer, Dharmesh Rathod, Adani Group, Group Chief Information Security Officer, Joost Rommelaere, PSA ANTWERP NV, CIO, Charalampos Skiadas, Angelicoussis Group, Applications Systems Manager, Mark Sutcliffe, CSO Alliance, Director, Erik Ingolf Tvedt, Danish Maritime Authority, Special Adviser, Technical Regulation Naval Architect, FIMarEST, FRINA, Adrian Venables, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Commander in the Royal Naval Reserve and independent cyber security researcher, Christoph Werner, E.R. Schiffahrt, Director Marine and Quality, Jordan Wylie, BE CYBER AWARE AT SEA, Founder