NextSec Information Security Conference 2014

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Join us on our first 2014 conference focused on sharing knowledge of cyber security for the energy sector. We have a mixture of senior security leaders and NextSec members delivering a rich content to help you on your professional development

Attend this event, to meet and talk with technical experts, and network with like minded professionals from several industries

Information Security – Who is accountable?
Emma Leith BP IST CISO.
This session will discuss the role of Information Security teams in managing information security risks and who is truly accountable for the risks. It will cover some real-life example from BP in how they approached this whilst providing an insight into how they are starting to achieve their goal to ‘make security part of everyone’s job’.

The Importance & Limitations of Cross-Company Collaboration in the Infosec Industry
Adam Wood, National Grid and Michael Ramella, AstraZeneca.
This talk is aimed at covering what it means to truly collaborate within the Infosec industry. Expanding on lessons learned, guidance for successful collaboration will be presented, allowing the audience members to leave with next steps: The ability to understand and clarify their individual and their team levels of collaboration, and how to increase said levels if they so choose.

Securing Industrial Control Networks
Ian Henderson, BP Lead PCN Security Architect.
Ian will introduce Industrial Automation systems explaining how these critical systems have become a security issue. He will explain what can be done to secure these systems and highlight approaches that work. He will also explore the cultural and human aspects related to securing these systems and the perceived divide between the IT security and Engineering communities.

Securing data flows in the Energy sector with an API Gateway
Mark O’Neill, VP Innovation and Antoine Rizk, VP Vertical Markets, Axway.
The energy sector faces new challenges in governing all types of data flows with un-precedent volumes and security requirements. These data flows include; mobile device access for employees and field personnel, customer access for smart meter monitoring and bill payment, public access for locating charging stations and smart grid data exchanges. The speaker will illustrate technical security features and case studies of work with the energy sector.

The impact of major data losses on corporations and individuals
Yiannis Chrysanthou, Cyber Security Analyst.
The recent Adobe data breach exposed account information for 153 million users. This session will describe the means by which an attacker can leverage the Adobe leaked information to launch attacks against corporations and individuals.

Time & Date: 7th March, 2014 15:15 to 19:45
Location: KPMG – Canary Wharf, London

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