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Cyber security: Transportation systems

A positioning event to enhance your knowledge of transport security solutions

21 June 2012 | Hallam Conference Centre, London, UK

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Registration

Programme

Programme

 

09:00

Registration and refreshments

 

09:30

Chairman’s opening remarks

Stephan Freeman, Information Security Strategy Manager, Transport for London (TFL)

 

09:40

Government view on cyber security for transportation systems

  • How interconnected are we now?
  • Where are we heading?
  • Issues facing transport in the future

CPNI Advisor – Transport Sector

 

10:15

Common security challenges facing those protecting systems across the transport sector

  • Common elements of the problems that occur securing Road, Rail, Air and Sea transportation systems
  • What differentiates them from other secure systems for banks or government agencies?
  • The challenges this poses, especially for systems with a safety critical function

Tony Bull, Specialist in Cyber Security for Mission and Safety Critical, Notitia Salu Ltd

 

10:50

Refreshment break and networking

 

11:10

Cyber attacks on rail - how secure is ERTMS?

  • Should we be concerned about cyber attacks on rail?
  • Is ERTMS secure?
  • Security vs. safety

Robert Stroud, Senior Consultant, Adelard

 

11:45

Secure gateway architectures: A practical approach

  • Control systems in the underground
  • Threats to control systems
  • Threat control measure:
    • Security gateway architectures
    • Security gateway architectures – Issues
    • Security gateway architectures 0 LU experience
    • Security gateway architectures - Nirvana

Anthony Cross, Control & Information Asset Engineer, CPD, London Underground

 

12:20

Lunch and networking opportunity

 

13:20

How functional safety contributes to vehicle resilience

  • Explore the similarities for managing safety and security risks
  • Past, present and future of in-vehicle and on-road safety systems
  • When safety and reliability are not enough for successful global connectivity
  • Essential key points to address for vehicle to vehicle, vehicle to infrastructure, vehicle to 'x' communications

Dr Ireri Ibarra, Functional Safety Consultant, MIRA Limited

 

13:55

Understanding the risks posed by high-tech theft methods in the automotive industry

  • Exploring how thieves are stealing cars without the original key
  • Try to quantify the current level of high-tech theft and how this varies by region
  • Looking forward to see what other methods criminals may use in the future and the threat these pose

Chris Vargyas, Senior Project Manager, Secured by Design (SBD)

 

14:30

Cyber challenges and business benefits through mobile devices

  • Who are Logica?
  • Transporting Logica
  • Any old mobile device or not?
  • Questions?

John Sheppard, Principle Senior Architect, Logica

 

14:45

Refreshment break and networking

 

15:05

Aviation security

  • A review of the threats to aviation security, and what can be learnt from them
  • The Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism (OSCT) technology demonstrator investigation into aviation security
  • Innovation and technology exploitation with the goals of improved security, increased revenue, and enhanced passenger experience
  • A new philosophy and systems approach to delivering aviation security in the 21st century

Prof Adam Ogilvie-Smith, Aviation Security Expert and Visiting Professor at Robert Gordon University

 

15:40

Panel Q&A: What are the lessons learnt from the safety critical industries?

Moderator: Stephan Freeman, IM Security Manager, Transport for London (TFL)

Panellist include:

  • Dr Ireri Ibarra, Functional Safety Consultant, MIRA Limited
  • Tony Bull, Specialist in Cyber Security for Mission and Safety Critical, Notitia Salu Ltd
  • Prof Adam Ogilvie-Smith, Aviation Security Expert and Visiting Professor at Robert Gordon University
  • Dr Richard Piggin, Cyber Security Manager, Atkins

 

16:15

Chairman’s closing remarks

Stephan Freeman, IM Security Manager, Transport for London (TFL)

 

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