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Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems

Building Resilient Systems for the 21st Century Cybersecurity

5 - 6 March 2020 | IET London: Savoy Place, UK

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About the conference

With the rapid advancements in technology and connectivity, the threat of cyber-attacks on industrial control systems is fast becoming a reality that no company can ignore.

Such attacks not only have the potential to cause financial damages but can lead to loss of production downtime for the entire system. According to a recent report by BBC, now over half of all businesses in the UK have been affected by cyber-attacks increasing to 55% in 2019, with an average loss of £176,000.

It is therefore, essential to create and implement resilient and sustainable cybersecurity strategies and technologies for industrial control systems.

Join us for the Cybersecurity for Industrial Control Systems conference taking place on 5-6 March 2020 in London. With more than a decade of success, the conference has been carefully designed to highlight the regulatory changes and the key cyber security issues facing industrial control and SCADA Systems.

Top five reasons to attend

  • Get the latest report on the NIS directive and meeting the compliance requirements
  • Benchmark your cybersecurity strategy against market leaders and competitors
  • From preventive to reactive - learn how to create control systems that are secure by design
  • Expand your network and build business relationships with the market leaders
  • Overcome the challenges in securing critical infrastructure and supply chains

Last years' attendees

Job title

Data analysis  

Industry

Data analysis 2  

What people say about the 2019 event

  • "This event has challenged and changed my thinking, and managing cybersecurity is now a critical up-front requirement."

  • "Very experienced and truly professional people passionately discussing a topic which is very relevant now and in the years to come."

  • "Practical applications of the NIS directive and how to assess against it was useful and practical examples of how to do pen testing provided a refreshing change from the academic nature of some seminars."

  • "I though the content was excellent across a number of facets and areas."

  • "All the speakers were very engaging and knowledgeable on their respective topics. The content was interesting and kept me engaged throughout. I learned a lot - which was the primary objective."

  • "I would recommend the event to my colleagues. I felt it covered a broad range of cyber security challenges and solutions within the industrial automation/control system space."

Sponsors / Exhbitors

Pricing

Early bird (before 31 January 2020)

Member - £450
Non-member - £600
Student / retired - £235
Government - £199

Standard (from 1 February 2020)

Member - £550
Non-member - £700
Student / retired - £235
Government - £199