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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 CET

Quickfire Presentations and Discussion: How are we Going to meet our key Cyber Security Objectives?
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 →
avatar for Jalal Bouhdada

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

12:30pm CET

Overcoming the Communication Challenges Around Security
  • How have we managed to refine the art of addressing specific stakeholder groups to deliver a common cyber-security message with the right level of granularity?
  • How can we translate standards like NIST to the correct language for specific use cases of stakeholder groups?
  • What are our success stories and the methodologies that have been effective in overcoming cultural barriers to addressing cyber risk?
  • How can we leverage existing skill-sets, tools and methodologies within our organisation to develop a culture of cyber security?

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Ivo Maritz

Ivo Maritz works for BKW since March 2014. He led the ICT as the Group CIO and Head of the ICT Business Unit until the end of 2016 and heads Cyber Security as the CSO/CISO since January 2017. In both functions he reported and reports to the CFO and Member of the Group Management... Read More →
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Jeroen Gaiser

Senior Security Advisor, Rijkswaterstaat
Rijkswaterstaat is responsible for the design, construction, management and maintenance of the main infrastructure facilities in the Netherlands. I’m a senior advisor in the Security Centre of Rijkswaterstaat, tasked with policy creation and operational/tactical governance tasks... Read More →
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Gabor Varjas

Eighteen years of international enterprise experience in Information Security and Network fields.Proven strength managing IT operations and multicultural teams in a mission critical environment. Expertise in leading IS Global projects and implementations and handling cyber threats... Read More →

Tuesday March 26, 2019 12:30pm - 1:00pm CET
Crowne Plaza Amsterdam Schiphol
Wednesday, March 27

9:30am CET

Taking a top-down Approach to Organisational Cyber Risk Ownership and Governance
We don't need to look very far in any direction to see organisations who have been the victim of attempts by sophisticated attackers to disrupt operations, steal money or data, undermine public confidence or cause physical damage. When the assets we protect are critical to the functioning of society, livelihoods and public safety, the repercussions of failure can be severe. Ultimately, somebody will be to blame... so who is jumping at the chance to own cyber risk?
 ·         Effective escalation of operational to strategic risk
·         The importance of a clear and coordinated strategy to attributing responsibility
·         Proactive and considered approaches and the danger of overreacting to high profile cyber attacks
·         What needs to be better understood by senior management before setting out a fit for purpose cyber governance strategy and what part do you play?

avatar for Michalis Kamprianis

Michalis Kamprianis

Strategic Security Adviser, European GNSS Agency
Michalis has built a career of more than 20 years working for well known organizations, in a wide spectrum of industries. With deep technical know how, combined with his business acumen, he has extended experience in building and leading IT and security teams, developing information... Read More →
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Bobby Singh

CISO and Global Head of Infrastructure Services, TMX
Bobby Singh, CISO and Global Head of Infrastructure, is responsible for delivering secure and highly available common technology services across TMX. As a member of the executive leadership team, Bobby is defining TMX's cyber security and technology vision and strategy, to advance... Read More →

Wednesday March 27, 2019 9:30am - 10:00am CET
Crowne Plaza Amsterdam Schiphol

10:30am CET

Developing Effective Information Sharing Mechanisms for Critical Infrastructure
·         The ISAC Model, the power of anonymised information sharing and limitations
·         How can cross-sector and transnational information sharing be improved?
·         Intelligence sharing vs information sharing
·         What does good look like for the future of critical infrastructure information sharing?

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Jim Linn

CIO/Executive Director, American Gas Association/DNG-ISAC
Jim has spent the past 30 years of his career in Information Technology and Cybersecurity management with several non-profit organizations in the Washington, DC area. He is currently Chief Information Officer for the American Gas Association (www.aga.org), and has worked there for the past twenty years.  Prior to that he spent eight years as IT Director for the Chemical Manufacturers Association.  He planned IT projects and set technical direction for both of these organizations.  In addition, he is a Certified Chief Information... Read More →
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Bill Nelson

Chair and CEO, Global Resilience Federation
Bill Nelson is the CEO of the Global Resilience Federation (GRF).  GRF is a non-profit association dedicated to help ensure the resilience and continuity of vital infrastructure and individual organizations against threats, incidents and vulnerabities. GRF is comprised of nine information... Read More →
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Florian Pennings

Seconded National Expert, ENISA
Florian Pennings is an expert in industry collaboration and content stakeholder management at ENISA, the European Cybersecurity Agency. He has experience in setting up and managing Information Sharing and Analysis Centers on national and European level. Besides his work on ISACs... Read More →
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Johan Rambi

Johan Rambi is strategic Privacy & Cyber Security advisor and he is specialized in development and implementation of corporate Privacy & Security policies, guidelines and governance structure. Furthermore Johan supports organizations with Privacy & Data Protection (Impact) assessments... Read More →

Wednesday March 27, 2019 10:30am - 11:00am CET
Crowne Plaza Amsterdam Schiphol

12:30pm CET

An Holistic Approach to Technology Security
Arguably, we can no longer separate our strategy into operational and information technology, or cyber and physical security. With the rapid uptake of IoT devices and connected systems, the attack surface has grown and converged; so must our defensive strategy.
To what extent should we maintain separate approaches?
How can we get better at aligning stakeholders behind the common goal of efficient and secure operations of our technology as a whole?        
Where have we had success in collaborative approaches to Technology Security?
How should we be challenging traditional approaches to IT security to take into account the changes in our ecosystem?

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Rafael Company Peris

Director of Innovation Europe/SAURON's Project Coordinator, Valenciaport Foundation
Rafael Company (1971) // SAURON’s project coordinator.Rafael is Environmental, Chemical and Biology Senior graduated by the University of Valencia (1995), Spain. He has a large experience (over 15 years) as responsible for the Environmental, Safety and Security International Projects... Read More →
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Sergey Galagan

CIO, NPC Ukrenego
Mr Galagan has been involved in the Information Technology business since the late 1990s. He has excellence in project management, implementing ERP, optimizing infrastructure, and reengineering business processes. His position as CIO of a major metallurgical enterprise afforded him... Read More →
avatar for Tahir Saleem

Tahir Saleem

Senior Specialist OT Security, DEWA
Extensive experience in the development, management and execution of cyber security strategy and assurance engagements within large organisations across several industry verticals: critical infrastructure (energy & water), mining, transport, banking & finance, hospitality and Government.ICS... Read More →
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Franky Thrasher

Manager Nuclear Cybersecurity, Engie Electrabel

Wednesday March 27, 2019 12:30pm - 1:15pm CET
Crowne Plaza Amsterdam Schiphol

2:15pm CET

Developing Trust Across the Supply Chain
Quickfire presentations followed by discussion of:
How are suppliers able to demonstrate an adequate level of compliance to Cyber Security regulations and standards?
Where do we need uniformity in our approach to securing critical infrastructure and where is diversity a strength?
What can be done to collaborate more closely across the supply chain?

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Jaya Baloo

CISO, KPN Telecom
Jaya Baloo the CISO of KPN Telecom in the Netherlands. She is recognized in 2017 as one of the top 100 CISO's globally. Jaya works with an amazing information security team of highly driven specialists.  Working in the information security arena for the past 18 years, she has worked... Read More →
avatar for Bill Nelson

Bill Nelson

Chair and CEO, Global Resilience Federation
Bill Nelson is the CEO of the Global Resilience Federation (GRF).  GRF is a non-profit association dedicated to help ensure the resilience and continuity of vital infrastructure and individual organizations against threats, incidents and vulnerabities. GRF is comprised of nine information... Read More →
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Andre Ristaino

Managing Director, ISCI
Andre Ristaino is the Managing Director of the ISA Automation Standards Compliance Institute (ASCI) based in Research Triangle Park, N.C. He provides staff leadership for ISA’s conformance certification programs, including the ISASecure IACS certification program managed under the... Read More →

Wednesday March 27, 2019 2:15pm - 3:00pm CET
Crowne Plaza Amsterdam Schiphol

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