Cybercrime Is Now Britain's Most Common Criminal Offence

The need for secure Industrial Control Systems has never been so prevalent. In 2015, 81% of large organisations in Britain experienced some kind of cyber-security breach, costing the UK an estimated £27 billion.

As the potential attacks on water, electricity and other features of a nation’s critical infrastructure are being increasingly linked to international cyber criminals, security practices within private companies are becoming public business – as such practitioners must scrutinise their operations in order to minimise their exposure to such attacks.

Cyber Security for ICS, Europe 26th – 28th April 2016 is the must attend event that will unite cyber security professionals with Control Systems managers and SMEs to address the key challenges faced in the market

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Why Should You Attend?

Benefit from a panel of speakers with a wide range of expertise, including SCADA controllers, Plant Managers and Heads of Information Security, at some of the world’s biggest companies, in sectors ranging from Energy to Transport to Manufacturing

Learn about the guidelines and legislation being developed to monitor and control the quality of the cyber security solutions protecting these ICSs

Further your understanding of the current solutions available in the market and how they can protect your control systems from malicious intrusions

Hear an update on the developing cyber threats to ICSs, both human and technical, in the world today

Who Attends?

Virtually every Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) location has a number of Industrial Control Systems (ICS) which are designed to regulate and control a key variable. The event should be attended by individuals responsible for ICS from:

 

Electricity

 

Water

 

Oil and Gas

 

Aviation

 

Transport

 

Nuclear

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