Securing transport (photo)

24 February 2016 | IET London: Savoy Place

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Programme

Wednesday 24 February 2016

08:00

Registration and refreshments

09:00

Chairman's welcome

Hugh Boyes, Director, Bodvoc Ltd

09:10

Keynote: Cyber security for intelligent mobility

Martin Hill, Lead Technologist, Transport Systems Catapult

09:50

Keynote: Rail transport - Analysis of the actual security risk, its likelihood and impact; protection and mitigation

  • Cyber threats to information and communication infrastructure
  • Assessing and mitigating the cyber security threat to rail networks
  • Review and improvement of security over time to keep up with changing threats and vulnerabilities

Darren Hepburn, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Network Rail Telecoms

10:30

Refreshments and networking opportunity

11:00

Aligning safety and security systems for connected vehicles

  • Challenges and potential solutions for connected cars and automated driving
  • Safe and secure engineering solutions

David Ward, Head of Functional Safety, MIRA Ltd, UK

11:30

Steps taken by vehicles manufacturers to tackle automotive cyber security

  • Embedding technologies to assure safety and security
  • Compliance to evolving cyber security regulatory requirements

Dr. Alex Mouzakitis, Head of Electrical, Electronics and Software Engineering Research & Technology, Jaguar Land Rover

12:00

The industrial immune system: Using machine learning for real-time threat detection across OT and IT

  • Learn why ‘immune system’ technologies represent a fundamental innovation for cyber defence
  • Discover how to apply machine learning and mathematics to detect advanced, internal threats
  • Understand how to gain 100% network visibility to investigate emerging anomalies in real time
  • Hear a real-world industrial immune system case study on rail cyber security

Chris Martin, Senior Business Manager EMEA, Darktrace

12:30

Lunch and networking opportunity

13:40

GNSS Receivers and the cyber –threat

  • Cyber threat to the RF channels used by receivers for GNSS signal reception
  • GNSS jamming - lessons from the IP community

John Pottle, Director of Positioning, Navigation & Timing, Spirent

14:10

Security against cyber threats of interconnected multimodal public transport and infrastructure

  • Innovative sensors for navigation and interaction with traffic infrastructure
  • Operational and technical security challenges in cooperative interconnected intelligent transport systems

Prof. Roy Isbell, Principal Fellow, Cyber Security Centre, University of Warwick

14:40

A practitioner’s perspective : lessons from water

  • Reflections from the water sector’s rapid journey over past year
  • Practical lessons that can be taken across into urban transport
  • It’s as much about people as technology

David Essex, Associate Director, Business Lead Management Consulting - Water, Arup

15:10

Refreshments and networking opportunity

15:40

Cyber security in distributed automotive systems

  • Securing the transport supply chain
  • Defending themselves in the face of cyber attack

Peter Davies, Director – Security Concepts, Thales e-Security

16:10

Panel discussion - Transport security: challenges of technology innovation

  • Urban areas: sensing, data and new modes of transport
  • Minimising risk in tech innovation
  • Leveraging developments in other sectors, namely open data and ICT
  • Research and innovation funding
  • Stepping up in the aftermath of an attack

Chair: Dr. Siraj A. Shaikh, Reader in Cyber Security, Coventry University
Mike Parris, Head of Secure Car Division, SBD
Alexandra Luck, Principal, A Luck Associates
Prof. Roy Isbell, Principal Fellow, Cyber Security Centre, University of Warwick

16:50

Chairman's closing address

Hugh Boyes, Director, Bodvoc Ltd

17:00

End of seminar

 

Programme is correct at time of publication. Topics and speakers are subject to change.

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