Importance of cybersecurity for offshore (renewable) critical infrastructure
In this seminar, cybersecurity experts will talk about the importance of cybersecurity for developers and operators, while also zooming in on how the entire value chain of an offshore wind farm (e.g. suppliers of all kinds of sensor equipment, software, drones, etc.) needs to pay attention to this topic in view of new standards and developments in the sector.
10.00 Welcome coffee & registration
10.30 ‘Introduction & setting the scene’ - Pieter Jan Jordaens (Program Manager on & offshore wind), Sirris
10.45 Duo presentation - Patrick Coomans & Tatiana Galibus, Sirris:
How to do a successful hack in wind industry?
Are you breached: 5 most critical signs of cyberattack in wind industry
Are you secure enough: questions and answer about cyberattacks in wind industry
11.30 ‘Industrial Control Systems Security (OT) for Offshore’ - Kurt Callewaert (Valorisation Manager Digital Transformation - Head of Research Applied Computer Science), Howest
13.00 'How to start a security roadmap in critical infrastructure' - Thomas Heyman, Principal security consultant, Toreon
13.30 'Practical vision and solutions for cybersecurity in offshore windfarms' - Bart Van den Bossche (Division Manager Renewables & Industry), e-BO enterprises
14.00 ‘Lessons learned traject cybersecurity?’ - Harold Veldkamp, TKI Wind Op Zee
14.30-16.00 Networking drink
The working language is English.
- Invoices will be sent after the event. You can consult our general conditions on our website.If you are unable to attend, you can be replaced by a colleague. Please notify us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org of the name of your colleague.
- Cancellations must be made by email to email@example.com. You can cancel your participation free of charge up to 3 working days before the event. In case of cancellation after this date or non-participance without cancellation, you will be invoiced for the full participation fee.
This thematic event is organised by Sirris, OWI-Lab and Agoria, with support of De Blauwe cluster and BERA.