The focus of the 12. event will be again on industrial control systems (ICS) and operational technology (OT) security risks.
Organizational, operational and technical challenges will be presented and discussed.
Security breaches from Switzerland, Germany and other countries will be analyzed.
In a workshop operations and security managers will obtain practical advice for their day-to-day work.
"I have never seen such a large concentration of excellent presentations; and exciting selection of subjects."
(Thomas Schwyzer, Executive Director Security, UBS)
"Not only the speakers play in the top league but also among the audience you find outstanding experts from large Swiss corporations and organisations."
(Dr. Serge Droz, Vice President, SWITCH)
"As a presenter, I was impressed by the caliber of the attendees and the depth of the discussions throughout the day."
(Dr. Robert Griffin, Chief Security Architect, RSA)
This workshop is a customized educational session for identifying challenges that create vulnerabilities in ICS platforms integrated with IIoT.
The workshop is specifically designed for IT, OT and Cyber security managers who deal with these challenges on a daily basis.
The outlined solutions are matching best practices taking into consideration budget limits and unavoidable challenges applicable for protecting legacy ICS deployments.
"Deutsche Internetspezialisten finden Sicherheitslücke" - SRF, 9. March 2017
Possible attacks on smart grids, autonomous cars, robots, drones ...
Following to 40 years in the industry, dealing with hardware engineering, computer systems, military electronics ,radio communication, industrial control and cyber security.
I’m now self employed, busy with consulting, lecturing on cyber security for industrial control, presenting at international and Israeli conferences.
I have experience with consulting to startups as related to marketing and sales strategies, preparation of presentations and marketing material and educating the team on customer needs.
Philipp Hurni has worked in the field of resilient low-power wireless communication for internet-of-things technologies while pursuing his PhD in Computer Science at University of Bern.
He then worked for several years as a cyber security officer for Switzerland’s major telecommunications and IT services provider Swisscom, where he led security projects in mobile communication, data leakage prevention, security management & governance.
In 2015, he joined Swiss Re’s Cyber Centre of Competence to tackle cyber risk from a (re)insurance perspective.
He currently works on quantifying the accumulation potential of cyber risk on specific cyber coverages but also on traditional lines of insurance business (property, engineering, casualty) for Swiss Re, and is furthermore active in modelling and calculating the technical costing of cyber covers.
Aanjhan is currently a post-doctoral researcher in the System Security Group at ETH Zurich.
He obtained his PhD in 2016 and his research mostly revolves around the physical-layer security of wireless systems (e.g., secure localization and ranging, GPS security, (anti-)jamming techniques).
In the past, he has worked on computer architectures, specifically, multiprocessor systems, cache coherency protocols and communication bus protocols.
Prior to joining the System Security group at ETH Zurich, he worked at Robert Bosch GmbH's Car Multimedia Division "Blaupunkt" for over 3 years involved in research and development of embedded modules for top automotive manufacturers including Audi and Volkswagen.
He holds a bachelors degree in Electronic and Communication engineering from Anna University in Chennai, India and a Masters degree from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Ms. Francesca Bosco earned a law degree in International Law and joined UNICRI in 2006 as a member of the Emerging Crimes Unit.
She has collaborated on different cybercrime and cybersecurity related projects, both at European and at international level.
More recently, Ms. Bosco is researching and developing technical assistance and capacity building programs to counter the involvement of organized crime in cybercrime, as well as on the legal implications and future scenarios of cyberterrorism and cyber war.
Furthermore, she is researching and managing projects on hate speech online and on data protection issues related to automated profiling.
She is member of the Advisory Groups on Gender and on Secure Societies in the framework of Horizon2020 and of the Internet Security Expert Group of the EC3.
Co-founder of the Tech and Law Center, advisory board member of the Cybercrime Institute, she is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Milan.
Ich bin Tim Philipp Schäfers, Security-Consultant mit besonderer Passion für den Bereich Webhacking.
Meine Erfahrungen und Eindrücke zum Thema Web teile ich in Büchern oder Blogbeiträgen.
Dr. Lukas Ruf is founder and CEO of Consecom AG.
Consecom is specialized in Strategic ICT Security Consulting, and offers support by concept (design), implementation and review (security testing, reviewing and auditing) services.
Lukas completed his master and Ph.D. studies the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich in electrical engineering.
For more than two decades, he has been working as a consultant, architect and auditor in the areas of governance and organization, processes, and technology.
Among others, he is a well-known specialist for end-to-end security, identity and access management as well as information security management.
On invitation this event is free-of-charge.
Please note: the workshop is not included here.
Workshop attendance fee: 200 CHF.