CISO Intelligence Forum: Energy (CISO)

Venue: Hilton London Metropole

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jun 19, 2012 End Date/Time: Jun 21, 2012
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Latest advice and best practice sharing to combat cyber security threats and balance risk
For the energy sector the cyber threat is increasingly one of industrial espionage and terrorism. And unlike many other industries under attack, successful infiltration of your SCADA/industrial networks and infrastructure controls can cause disasters with national, environmental and lethal impact. You are likely to be facing daily bombardment already and will have a raft of security measures in place. But you know that you face persistent, highly sophisticated and evolving threats, there is always more you need to do…
In February the head of the FBI called for companies to put aside their naturally competitive urges and combat this threat by sharing their knowledge and best practice. He also pointed to the need for more transparency and co-operation between private businesses and public security organisations. The
CISO Intelligence Forum: Energy offers you this opportunity.
By attending not only will you benefit from sharing and learning with your peers but you will also hear from leading crime/intelligence and security agencies and counter terrorist experts. The agenda will identify the nature of the threat to your operations, the characteristics of the types of attacks, the latest tactics. You will debate what the appropriate level of risk avoidance/acceptance is before it becomes a barrier to business.
Why attend?
• Prepare your business for the rapidly evolving threat landscape
• Discover techniques to prevent successful attacks on your critical infrastructure and SCADA
• Debate how you can create a security policy that takes into account strategies for global operations in locations were staff or infrastructure are affected by hostile action, disadvantageous IT laws, State sponsored espionage, political turmoil and more…
• Balance security considerations with the delivery of business requirements
• Hear directly the advice of the public security agencies and what assistance they can offer you
• Ensure your staff respect the importance of your sensitive data
• Fine-tune your information security strategies for relationships with third parties: Get the latest expertise on cyber security in the supply chain and joint ventures
What the agenda will cover:
Attend the CISO Intelligence Forum: Energy and…
• Examine impending threats looming on the horizon and how to strategically plan to fight against these dangers
• Protect your process automation systems and secure legacy infrastructure without slowing progress down
• Hear innovative case studies on successful techniques for staff awareness
• Deflect the risk of information leakage in your supply chain by considering global standards and building information security both in and across your third party relationships
• Adopt a sensible approach to security spending and plan your security investment according to the needs of your business
• Embrace the needs of the mobile workforce but make sure that you are adequately protected
• Hear the latest security advice from intelligence and crime fighting agencies including a special counter-terrorism view