Dates: September 5-6, 2017 | Register here
Prices: starting from EUR 799,-
Location: Munich, Germany
ICS Cyber Security DACH 2017
Hear from CISOs from a cross-sector of industries as to how they are tackling the issue of Cyber Security for their Industrial Control Systems.
Cyber Security for ICS, DACH is the must attend event in the DACH region that will continue the tradition of the 3 successful ICS conferences in London, uniting both Control Systems Managers with Cyber Security Managers to continue to address the key challenges that both parties face when securing their industrial control systems.
Register now and interact with leading ICS Security professionals from across the DACH region from a range of industries and develop your best practices and security policies.
Attendees last year:
- Heard from leading industrial cyber security professionals and take the opportunity to audit your own ICS security strategies
- Gained an understanding of which tools are available to help with your fight against cyber threat actors
- Listened to presentations from the German, Swiss and Austrian authorities and prepare your internal policy on how to comply with regulations
- Hear from the regulators, and understand both their interpretation of the IT Security Act and their guidelines on how to monitor and control the quality of the cyber security solutions protecting these ICSs.
- 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 DACH region’s biggest companies, in sectors ranging from Energy to Transport to Manufacturing.
- 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
Pre Conference Workshop
- Workshop 1: How vulnerable are your industrial control systems to cyber attacks?
Have you ever wondered how vulnerable your industrial control systems are to cyber-attacks? Now is your chance to find out by performing these attacks yourself! Not just in theory, not in a simulated environment, but against real industrial hardware!
This two-hour session will cover essential ICS technologies and components and give the attendees a better understanding of the vulnerabilities these possess.
During the hands-on part of this session a factory network containing industrial hardware will be our target. Using real world pen-testing techniques, the previously discussed vulnerabilities will be demonstrated by actively exploiting the industrial control system.
Delegates will get the chance to assess in real terms the susceptibilities of their industrial control systems, and implement this into their risk framework. This highly interactive format will also allow you to understand the best practices that others have implemented to help mitigate
- Workshop 2: Communicating the business risk of cyber attacks on industrial control systems to the decision makers and budget holders of the company – making an impact
Cyber attacks on Industrial Control Systems (ICS), especially if being deployed in critical infrastructures, are having an increasingly negative impact on the private sector, governments and thus on the general public who depend on their services.
At the same time, more and more companies are connecting their ICS to the internet to increase efficiency and control costs as they monitor and control their operations.
Past security incidents have shown that connecting internal control systems to the internet exposes a new broad attack surface.
However, communicating these risks to decision makers is notoriously difficult
Benefits for the Attendees:
- Overview of the current ICS threat landscape;
- Background knowledge on risk assessment and mitigation strategies beyond technical advices;
- Self-assessment tool to develop strategies for risk communication.
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