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





A year on from our last, sell-out seminar on Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems, we are pleased to announce that we will be back in London on 3 February 2015 with a fresh and exciting day planned for you and your peers.


In addition to the seminar, for those who want a deeper understanding of risk and security management in Industrial Control Systems, the event will also feature an optional half-day workshop on the afternoon of 2 February 2015.


Join leading cyber security experts for a day exploring the latest thinking and practical techniques for improving security of industrial control systems.


Get more details about Cyber-ICS Seminar 2015.


Get more details about the Cyber-ICS Workshop 2015.

This seminar benefits those who have management responsibility for the security of their computers and networks of control systems and is a must attend event for SCADA engineers, IT professionals and senior directors / management.


Delegates who attend IET Cyber Security seminars represent departments that include security, IT, risk, compliance, audit, investigations and legal.


Find out more about registration.

Cyber-ICS offers a superb opportunity to raise the profile of your company through direct contact with key people working within future / smart cities across a range of industries.



Contact: Mandy Mercer, Sponsorship Executive




To discuss how your company can benefit from sponsorship and exhibition options, please visit the sponsorship page.


This seminar can count towards CPD requirements. You'll earn twelve hours of CPD.

To keep your CPD records up to date ask in advance for an attendance certificate.


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