november, 2019

28nov9:00 am5:30 pmFeaturedCybersecurity in the Energy Sector: a thorough understandingIncrease your awareness of current industrial cybersecurity incidents and identify the main types of ICS OT vulnerabilities. Understand how the evolution of the internet of things can impact ICS security. Event Organized By: INNOenergy Event Type :Trainings,Workshops Event Tagscybersecurity,energy

Event Details

Be one of the first 25 to enrol and receive a free copy of Blackout: Tomorrow Will Be Too Late by Marc Elsberg.

The shift to decentralisation, digitisation and the unstoppable integration of the Internet of Things have increased the risk of cyberattacks exponentially in the energy sector. Preserving your organisation’s operations and protecting your data means building deep understanding of the issues, regulations and frameworks that matter. Constructing a common language. And forging company-wide alignment.

Cybersecurity in the Energy Sector is a blended learning course. The course starts with flexible, self-paced online learning modules that can be taken over a period of 4 weeks and totalling approximately 8 study hours (2 hours per week). Your online learning focus on Cyber Attack Vectors, Human Factor, Regulatory Frameworks and Standards, Privacy, and Anonymisation. After your online learning, you will meet peers and experts for an immersive day in Brussels on 28 November.

The on-site session is a full day during which you will join a simulation game based on an Energy Plant scenario related to a Ukraine BlackEnergy attack (the simulation scenario is based on Oil and Gas, Water plant, Corporation, Transportation, Local Government and Finance). Work in teams to balance engineering, business, and security priorities against the cost of a real-time cyberattack. Analyse data and make strategic decisions based on uncertain information and limited resources.

The simulation game allows you to experience a real-world critical infrastructure cyber attack. It will increase your awareness of relevant industrial cybersecurity issues, the growing exposure to risks coming from converging IT/OT environments, as well as fostering the skills needed to address and resolve them.

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(Thursday) 9:00 am - 5:30 pm


40 Boulevard d'Anvers, 1000 Brussels, Belgium, 1000 Brussels

40 Boulevard d'Anvers, 1000 Brussels, Belgium, 1000 Brussels


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