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The European Smart Grid Cyber Security Forum March 12th and 13th London is now booking. This is the flagship Cyber event in Europe for Smart Grids and heavily supported by Government, Utilities, Academia and the most authoritative solution providers.

If you wish to be involved please visit the site at http://www.smartgridcybersecurity.co.uk or call Jamison Nesbitt at +44 (0)20 7827 6164 or jnesbitt@smi-online.co.uk to avoid disappointment.

 
 
 
 
 
"Thanks for your hospitality, generous assistance, and steadfast promotion of Lockheed throughout the event.
I made some very helpful contacts, and I hope it serves as a springboard for opportunities for us in Europe.
You had a full house of 166, and they were the right kinds of people to influence as we enter a new market space" -
Lockheed Martin, commenting on the recent European Smart Grid Cyber Security Forum

Just wanted to express a thank you for the very well organised conference and an assurance that we will be back once we have implemented some of the good advise from some of the peers around Europe. It resulted in some good networking opportunities and especially one that we identified had similar challenges and ethos to solve these that we will pursue further. " Major UK Utility

 

 

Thank you to all of our speakers, sponsors, workshop leaders and attendees for a huge success
 
 

 

 

As Governments and utilities around the world continue to work on the deployment of the Smart Grid initiative, cyber security issues around such an infrastructure are now top priority in relation to national security and investment.

In April 2009, reports surfaced that China and Russia had infiltrated the U.S. electrical grid and left behind software programs that could be used to disrupt the system, according to current and former national security officials

See influential players from the European and UK Landscape come together to discuss the important role of security in Smart Grid Deployment, and the risks associated with digital, modernized electricity networks. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to integrate, share insight and help define the landscape of a future industry estimated to be worth in excess of $3.7 Billion by 2015 (Pike Research).





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"Thanks for your hospitality, generous assistance, and steadfast promotion of Lockheed throughout the event.

 I made some very helpful contacts, and I hope it serves as a springboard for opportunities for us in Europe. 

You had a full house , and they were the right kinds of people to influence as we enter a new market space"
Lockheed Martin

 

• Europe's flagship Smart Grid Cyber Security forum has already attracted more Chief Information Officers and Chief Security officers than any other Smart Grid event globally
 
• Never before has any Grid event brought together some much security expertise, spanning the entire Metering, DNO, TSO, Government and Financial landscape.
 
• Shape the future of Europe's security framework, collaborate with international partners, and develop new business channels
 
• Gain insight into Europe's TSO security vision and strategies for the Smart Grid, including Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Switzerland, Austria, Netherlands, Austria, UK, North America
 
• Define the importance of the future Smart Grid, and why it's successful deployment is crucial 

• Protecting the Smart Grid infrastructure - who's responsibility is this?
 
• Evaluate the associated risk of it's deployment, two way communication, and embedded technology risk
 
• Indentify the vulnerabilities and exploitation methods
 
• Learn about the effect a widespread power outage disruption would have on the economy, and the panic it would cause the population
 
• Hear how Smart Grid disruption could be used as a distraction from Military or political initiatives
 
• Develop understanding of very real threats, such as hackers, natural disasters, equipment failures, and user errors
 
• Engage key stakeholders in the Smart Grid Landscape
 
• Assess the current state of the industry and interoperable standards
 
• Network, gain competitive advantage
 
• Benefit from key game changing strategy sessions, through interactive panels and roundtables
 

 

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Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Mark Ossel

Mark Ossel, ESNA Board Member and VP Echelon, ESNA

ESNA partners with the European Smart Grid Cyber Security Forum

ESNA is an not-for-profit association formed by a group of companies who recognised the need for establishing an organisation to promote the application of advanced energy management systems, including AMR/AMM, based on the NES platform and to build and expand the interoperability standard for utility networks NTA 8150.
Mark B.M. Ossel
Vice President Energy & Utility, Echelon
Board member, Treasury, ESNA
Netherlands

Mark B.M. Ossel (1955), Vice President Echelon, is focussed on developing the Energy and Utility market for Echelon in West Europe, Middle East and Africa, by extending the network of partners and growing the customerbase. He is involved in AMR since 2001, when the Enel AMR project started.
Mark is also member of the board of ESNA (Energy Services Network Association), the international Echelon NES usergroup, and involved in international standardization efforts.
Mark has a background of more then 20 years in various management functions in the Information & Communication Technology market, before he became involved in energy management, smart metering and Smart Grids..
Before joining Echelon in June 2001 as Vice President EMEA for the LonWorks Infrastructure business, Mark served, among other management roles,  as the Director Marketing Operations Europe, Middle East & Africa for Unisys Corporation, one of the largest US computers and IT services companies.
Mark has a bachelor degree in marketing and economics, and attended additional courses in The Netherlands, UK and USA; he has a special interest in applying new technology.
A specific area of interest is the field of energy management through home automation. Based on the background in LonWorks and Energy management systems a perfect match.
Mark has a Dutch nationality, lives in the Netherlands and is  a.o. a member of Rotary International , non-executive member of various boards.and active in the Unesco World Heritage program.

9:10 Defining a cyber security strategy

William  Barker

William Barker , Chief Security Advisor, NIST
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System envirinment (Legacy and target)

Policy environment 

Standards and interoperability

Risks defined

  • Terrorism
  • Hackers
  • Natural Disasters
  • Equipment failures
  • User Errors

    Stakeholders defined

    • Government (Regulation and support)
    • Utilities (public and private sectors)
    • Telecoms  and Internet Service Providers
    • Dependent entities 

      Government

      • Goals, rules, and security standards
      • Risk assessment 
      • Prevention
      • Response
      • Recovery

    9:40 Enisa's resilience and CIIP program

    Evangelos  Ouzounis

    Evangelos Ouzounis , Senior Expert, Network Security Policy, ENISA - European Network and Information Security Agency
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  • Introduce EU Commission’s and ENISA policy context in the areas of CIIP 
  • Explain the importance of security and resilience of communications networks and services for Europe
  • Present ENISA’s good practices on exercises, incident reporting and information sharing
  • Introduce ENISA’s approach to interdependencies of different sectors including SCADA and Smart Grids
  • Present ENISA’s activities in the area of interconnected communication networks
  • 10:10 Smart Grid security and privacy framework

    Johan  Rambi

    Johan Rambi , Privacy & Security Officer , Alliander

  • Security & Privacy legal framework
  • European policy and regulatory directives
  • Security & Privacy standards
  • Lessons learned
  • Next steps
  • 10:40 Morning Coffee

    11:10 The reliability and security of the Grid

    Rajesh  Nair

    Rajesh Nair , Head, Strategy and Architecture, Swissgrid
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  • A Multi-tier strategy
  • Standard Framework
  • Holistic approach to addressing reliability and security
  • Risk Mitigation strategies
  • 11:40 Identity and Access Management Lifecycle for Smart Grids

    Ian Collard

    Ian Collard, Security Practice Manager , Siemens

  • The role that IAM should play
  • The identity Ecosystem for SMART Grids
  • Maturity modelling
  • Identity architecture and modelling
  • Identity lifecycle management
  • Access and Authorisation models
  • Entitlement models
  • How to avoid failure in deployment
  • How to avoid over-engineering and under-utilisation
  • Some speculation regarding HANS
  • Some speculation regarding 3rd party energy management
  • 12:10 How real time cyber security changes the game for utilities worldwide

    Sean Patton

    Sean Patton, Director of Energy and Cyber Services, Lockheed Martin - Management & Data Systems

  • Current state of cyber protection
  • Lack of threat and information sharing
  • Advanced Persistent Threat
  • Solving the problem for large energy companies
  • Solving the problem for the other 95%
  • Next generation tools and capabilities
  • 12:40 Networking Lunch sponsored by Lockheed Martin

    14:00 Building a Secure Smart Grid- Principles and Methodology

    Saadat  Malik

    Saadat Malik, Senior Manager, Smart Grid Solutions and Architecture, Cisco Systems

  • Ensuring the grid infrastructure is resilient, is essential to achieving the objectives of a “smart grid”.?Interoperability is critical, yet creates more diverse threats and complexity.
  • This requires an architectural approach based on key security principles and implemented using a requirements-based methodology.  
  • The same approach needs to be extended to the communications architecture, enabling it to be developed with a security framework in mind.
  • This will ensure that security is embedded within, and applied effectively to all aspects of the utility environment.?
  • Building security into the communications infrastructure can bring the various components of the grid together to form a synergistic, more intelligent grid that addresses regulatory and compliance needs.
  • Process beginning from the security challenges to requirements development, and provide a use case to illustrate how this fits within a broader security lifecycle approach.
  • 14:30 Panel Session Collaborating on International Standards and Framework

    Today's panel session "Collaborating on International Standards and Framework" will be moderated by Bob Lockhart, Senior Analyst with Pike Research.

    Bob Lockhart is a senior analyst contributing to Pike Research’s smart energy practice, with a focus on cyber security markets. Lockhart is a recognized information security industry leader who spent 31 years at EDS, 17 of which were in information security management.

    Lockhart has extensive leadership experience in the global technology and outsourcing industry, having supported more than 200 multinational clients. His career encompasses support or manufacturing, aerospace, government, financial services, outsourcing, and healthcare industries in both the United States and Europe. Lockhart has served multiple roles including Chief Security Officer, Software Manager, Security Portfolio Executive, Solution Architect, and Data Center Manager. He holds a B.Sc. in mathematics from Loyola Marymount University.
     
     
    Key members of the Forum's standards and framework presentations today, will come together to discuss how we can collaborate further and develop global understanding and process.
  • What can Europe learn from the U.S?
  • What can the US learn from Europe?
  • How do we tie two and two together?
  • Who are the key stakeholders we must engage?
  • What barriers exist and how can we overcome them?
  • William  Barker

    William Barker , Chief Security Advisor, NIST
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    Kenneth  Van Meter

    Kenneth Van Meter, General Manager, Energy & Cyber Services, Lockheed Martin

    Evangelos  Ouzounis

    Evangelos Ouzounis , Senior Expert, Network Security Policy, ENISA - European Network and Information Security Agency
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    Robert Cragie

    Robert Cragie, Chair of the ZigBee Security Working Group, ZigBee Alliance
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    Ian Collard

    Ian Collard, Security Practice Manager , Siemens

    Saadat  Malik

    Saadat Malik, Senior Manager, Smart Grid Solutions and Architecture, Cisco Systems

    Bob Lockhart

    Bob Lockhart, Senior Analyst , Pike Research

    Johan  Rambi

    Johan Rambi , Privacy & Security Officer , Alliander

    15:30 Afternoon Tea

    16:00 Getting it right first time: Lessons for smart grid users from GB smart metering so far

    Steve Daniels

    Steve Daniels , Head of cyber security and information assurance, Detica

  • The real cyber security threat
  • Taking a comprehensive approach to meter and grid security
  • Defining guiding principles and consequent strategy
  • Establishing accountability, authority and arrangement for effective delivery
  • Establishing an holistic controls framework
  • 16:30 Implementing security & privacy framework into Smart Meter/Grid Infrastructure

    Johan  Rambi

    Johan Rambi , Privacy & Security Officer , Alliander

  • Privacy & Security issues about Smart Meter/Grid
  • Certification Privacy Audit Proof
  • Project implementation Security & Privacy at Alliander
  • ISPMS cycle
  • Lessons learned

     

  • 17:00 Information Risks around the Smart Meter

    Stephan Gerhager

    Stephan Gerhager, Security Manager for Central and Eastern Europe, E.ON Energie AG

  • Future Smart Meters play a central role
  • Connecting customers (Internet), the “Smart Home” and the “Smart Grid”
  • Smart meters  a  target for different kinds of attackers
  • Information security risks in connecting these three worlds
  • First ideas for countermeasures
  • 17:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Siemens Networking reception

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Mark Ossel

    Mark Ossel, ESNA Board Member and VP Echelon, ESNA

    9:10 Developments in Smart Grids Around the World

    John Newbury

    John Newbury, Director of Power Communication System Research, The Open University
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  • The Emergence of the Smart Grid in the World
  • International Standards in the Smart Grid
  • Communication Architectures for the Smart Grid
  • Future Developments
  • 9:40 The role of the DNO in Smart Grid Security

    Frans Campfens

    Frans Campfens, Senior Consultant SmartGrids (ICT) and AMR, Alliander

  • Smart grids scenarios
  • The Local System Operator concept
  • Grid Connection Register concept (GCR)
  • The DNO as Certification Authority
  • Security by design
  • 10:10 The responsibilities of the TSO in Cyber Security

    Rudolf Baumann

    Rudolf Baumann , Chairman of the Transmission Security Cooperation, Senior Advisor Operations , Swissgrid AG

    TSO's have improved the System Security by developing a "Common Tool for Data exchange and Security assessments“ as a collaboration platform by:

  •  Exchanging experiences regarding remedial actions
  • Exchanging experience based on the results of system monitoring
  • Developing new multilateral procedures and measures
  • Making proposals for new functionalities like implementation of a Real-Time Awareness & Alarm system (RAAS) for Central Europe
  • 10:40 Morning Coffee

    11:00 SCADA in security: A business and societal risk

    Gitte Bergknut

    Gitte Bergknut, MU Nordic Information Security Manager, EON Sverige AB

  • Insight into E.ON's proactive work in the VIKING Project, a EU 7 programme sponsored SCADA Security Research Project
  • Why is SCADA Security important? One of the key findings so far is that physical damages to the electrical grid can be achieved
  • One aim of the VIKING Project is to develope methods and tools for risk assessments from the physics to the societal consequence of a cyber attack on a SCADA systems
  • Another aim is to find, develop and recommend mitigations - Our news and ideas
  • Create an SCADA Security awareness and mitigation strategy
  • 11:30 How do we ensure the security of our Smart Grids?

  • Discuss the potential security threats in the roll-out of Smart Grids and AMI in the UK
  • Putting the threats into perceptive
  • Present SAIC global experiences
  • The Common Security Model’ and SOA
  • What will the future Smart Grid look like?
  • Gilbert Sorebo

    Gilbert Sorebo, Chief Cybersecurity Technologist,, SAIC

    12:00 Securing the Home Area Network

    Robert Cragie

    Robert Cragie, Chair of the ZigBee Security Working Group, ZigBee Alliance
    View Bio

  •  Cyber security in the HAN
  •  Mutual authentication in the HAN
  •  Public key cryptography
  • Certificate PKI
  •  Dual certificate model
  • Shared network model

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  • Federated and end-to-end security
  • Access control
  • Operational security
  • Accommodating multiple service provider interfaces
  • 12:30 Networking Lunch

    13:30 Panel Discussion: Risk mitigation, awareness and strategy

    Today's panel session will discuss Risk Mitigation and Awareness and Strategy. The session will be moderated by Bob Lockhart, Senior Analyst with Pike Research

     

     
     

  • Gitte Bergknut,MU Nordic Information Security Manager, E.ON Sverige AB
  • Rajesh Nair, Head of Strategy and Architecture, Swiss Grid 
  • Rudolf Baumann,Chairman of the Transmission Security Cooperation and Senior Advisor of Operations, Swiss Grid AG
  • Marc M.J. Hullegie,Managing Director, Vest Information Security

     

     

    Bob Lockhart is a senior analyst contributing to Pike Research’s smart energy practice, with a focus on cyber security markets. Lockhart is a recognized information security industry leader who spent 31 years at EDS, 17 of which were in information security management.
    Lockhart has extensive leadership experience in the global technology and outsourcing industry, having supported more than 200 multinational clients. His career encompasses support or manufacturing, aerospace, government, financial services, outsourcing, and healthcare industries in both the United States and Europe. Lockhart has served multiple roles including Chief Security Officer, Software Manager, Security Portfolio Executive, Solution Architect, and Data Center Manager. He holds a B.Sc. in mathematics from Loyola Marymount University.
  • Gitte Bergknut

    Gitte Bergknut, MU Nordic Information Security Manager, EON Sverige AB

    Rajesh  Nair

    Rajesh Nair , Head, Strategy and Architecture, Swissgrid
    View Bio

    Rudolf Baumann

    Rudolf Baumann , Chairman of the Transmission Security Cooperation, Senior Advisor Operations , Swissgrid AG

    Marc M.J.  Hullegie

    Marc M.J. Hullegie, Managing Director, Senior Consultant Information Governance , VEST INFORMATION BV
    View Bio

    Bob Lockhart

    Bob Lockhart, Senior Analyst , Pike Research

    14:30 Evolution and strategy - An ELIA Case Study

    Pierre  Loverious

    Pierre Loverious , Chief Information officer , Elia System Operator SA

  • The evolution of ELIA’s IT network architecture (i.e. TDM -> IP)
  • Grid functionalities that prevent us to move towards a 100% IP network (i.e. protections)
  • ELIA’s network security
  • 15:00 Afternoon Tea

    15:30 Perception and value of security testing the Smart Grid infrastructure

    Marc M.J.  Hullegie

    Marc M.J. Hullegie, Managing Director, Senior Consultant Information Governance , VEST INFORMATION BV
    View Bio

  • Penetration testing, what is on a hackers mind
  • The (non) value of Security testing on Component level
  •  Security testing, is it an objective or an attribute of quality
  •  A tick in the box or a process
  • 16:00 Short and long term strategies for securing the Smart Grid

    Joshua  Pennell

    Joshua Pennell, Founder and President , IOActive

  • Security by design
  • Lack of Authentication
  • Encryption and authorization
  • Long term tactics, and Security Development LifeCycle
  • Cooperation of key stakeholders to fully realise the Smart Grid promise
  • 16:30 Cyber security lessons from Financial Services

    Owain  Powell-Jones

    Owain Powell-Jones , Founder and Principal of Apurien, Apurien Ltd
    View Bio

    • Projecting security out end to end
            -Sharing secrets and securing access across open networks and multiple devices
    • United we stand
            -The essential role of co-operation and data sharing
    • Case Study: The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard
             -The advantages and difficulties of a mandated standards driven approach to common security
    • A Black and White Hat industry
             -The cold war that is cybersecurity and its arms dealers

    17:00 Closing Key Note Case Study: Grid Cyber Security in New York City

    Patricia  Robison

    Patricia Robison, Smart Grid Project Manager, Con Edison of New York, Inc.

     

  • Extending Cyber Security to support Smart Grid in New York City
  • Integrating Cyber Security Controls within the Smart Grid Framework
  • Implementing Risk Based Approach to Cyber Security Polices and Integration
  • Complying with NIST and IEC guidelines for Cyber Security
  • Establishing Multi-layer protection for Smart Grid Communications Components
  • Extending Cyber Security from the Utility to the customer and the DR aggregators

     

  • 17:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

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    Workshops

    Introduction to Smart Meter Penetration Testing
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    Introduction to Smart Meter Penetration Testing

    Marriott Hotel Regents Park
    16th March 2011
    London, United Kingdom

    Building a secure communications architecture for smart grid
    Workshop

    Building a secure communications architecture for smart grid

    Marriott Regents Park
    16th March 2011
    London, United Kingdom

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