Cyber Security in Modern Power Systems: Defending the Grid, London, UK, June 15, 2016
The IET seminar on Cyber Security in Modern Power Systems ran successfully at One America Square Conference Centre in London on Wednesday 15 June 2016.
Date and Time
15 June 2016
One America Square Conference Centre, London UK
About the seminar
A smarter national grid infrastructure with greater connectivity ultimately becomes more susceptible to cyber-threats and cyber-attacks.
Cyber threats exploit the complex connectivity of critical network systems, resulting in a detrimental impact to our infrastructure, significant disruption and reputational harm.
Cyber-attacks on the grid can also affect a company’s bottom line, driving up costs and impacting revenue, as well as harming an organisation’s ability to innovate to gain and retain customers.
The risk of cyber- attacks to vital infrastructure is no longer a new threat and this event will offer an overview on operational and technical strategies for large and complex networks, current think and guidance on network protection and will explore procedural management to secure the network and keep the lights on.
This event will:
- Identify and discuss the risks and how to assess threats to protect our power infrastructure
- Predict how industry can tackle access points’ vulnerabilities
- Examine how best to counteract attacks on advanced smart infrastructures
- Discuss methods in increasing network resilience
- Identify current and developing security strategies
- Explore the impact of SCADA and encryption of data
Continuing Professional Development
This event can count towards CPD requirements. You'll earn six hours of CPD.
To keep your CPD records up to date ask in advance for an attendance certificate.