Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems (photo)

2 - 3 February 2015 | Cavendish Conference Centre, London, UK




About the seminar


Reflecting the increased importance and ever-shifting world of cyber security, this popular one-day seminar featured a considered programme of presentations, case studies, live demonstrations and debate from industry experts who have direct exposure to identifying and dealing with cyber security in Industrial Control Systems.

The seminar was suitable for anybody who would like to obtain practical and technical insights on cyber-crime and cyber-security for Industrial Control Systems and will provide attendees with a broader understanding of the key threats, challenges and security measures needed to better protect their systems within an evolving threat landscape.


  • Current and emerging threats – what do they mean for the industry?
  • Impacts and vulnerabilities – what should you be doing about it?
  • Strategy and governance – interpretation of UK security standards
  • Best practice examples and practical steps on securing Industrial Control Systems


This seminar benefited anyone with responsibility for the security of their computers and networks of control systems and was a must attend event for SCADA engineers, IT professionals and senior directors / management.


Cyber threats are generally invisible to the majority of staff within an organisation – it is not tangible like many safety issues.

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