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Developing Collective Resilience for Industry 4.0

March 26th and 27th Amsterdam 2019
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Tuesday, March 26 • 9:00am - 11:00am
Quickfire Presentations and Discussion: How are we Going to meet our key Cyber Security Objectives?

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This session will give insights into differing national approaches to Cyber Regulation and Frameworks including the various European implementations of the NIS Directive and the Cyber Security Act and NIST guidelines, and how they are helping to meet the cybersecurity objectives laid out for our global critical infrastructure.

Following quickfire presentations (7 minutes each), we will discuss how we can work towards developing outcome-oriented cybersecurity frameworks.

  • How are we going to prove compliance to Cyber Security Regulations?
  • How are the various frameworks and methodologies effective and where are they deficient?
  • Are we on track to reduce our cyber risk profile?

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Ragnar Õun

Head of Critical Information Infrastructure Protection Department, Estonian Information System Authority
Ragnar has  worked for the Estonian Information System Authority since December 2016. The Information System Authority (https://www.ria.ee/en.html) coordinates the development and administration of information systems ensuring the interoperability of the state’s information system, organises activities related to information security, and handles security incidents in Estonian computer networks. The Critical Information Infrastruc... Read More →
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Meha Shukla

Cyber Security Risk Assesment Consultant/PhD Candidate, physical & cyber security of smart street infrastructure, UCL
Meha Shukla is a senior business transformation and assurance manager with 27 years of global experience in shaping, planning, executing and reviewing technology based business change programmes across various industry sectors (Finance, Title insurance, Telecom, Manufacturing, Automotive... Read More →
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Jalal Bouhdada

Founder, Principal ICS Security Consultant, Applied Risk
Jalal Bouhdada is Founder and Principal ICS Security Consultant for Applied Risk. He has over 15 years’ experience in Industrial Control Systems (ICS) security assessment, design and deployment with a focus on Process Control Domain and Industrial IT Security. Jalal has led several engagements for major clients, including many of the top utilities in the wor... Read More →
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Phil Cracknell

Cyber Security Specialist, UK Central Government
Cyber-security personality of the year 2015/16 - http://cybersecurityawards.com/cyberwinners2015/Runner-up - 2017 SC Awards - CISO of the yearBCS Information Security Professional of the year - 2014Phil is a highly technical, business-focussed CISO/Information Security Specialist... Read More →
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Matias Krempel

Critical Cyber Infrastructure Protection, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH
Setup of the company's project management organisation (deputy head of Project Office) Technical project management (Installation of new ATC towers)Concept and implementation of a project management training schemeDevelopment and operation of the company security management system... Read More →

Tuesday March 26, 2019 9:00am - 11:00am CET
Crowne Plaza Amsterdam Schiphol