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24 February 2016 | IET London: Savoy Place

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Wednesday 24 February 2016


Registration and refreshments


Chairman's welcome

Hugh Boyes, Director, Bodvoc Ltd


Keynote: Cyber security for intelligent mobility

Martin Hill, Lead Technologist, Transport Systems Catapult


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


Refreshments and networking opportunity


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


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


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


Lunch and networking opportunity


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


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


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


Refreshments and networking opportunity


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


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


Chairman's closing address

Hugh Boyes, Director, Bodvoc Ltd


End of seminar


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

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