International VDI Conference - IT Security for Smart Manufacturing
- Find out about the latest international security norms and standards as well as how you can harmonize IT and OT.
- Learn how to secure your connected production facilities
- Discuss how you can effectively protect your company from cyber-attacks with leading industry experts.
- Profit from world cafés, panel discussion and the evening event to make high-quality contacts.
- Visit the presentations at the co-located VDI Conferences “CESIS – Global Internet of Things” and “Industrial Wearables & Devices - AR/VR Applications and Technologies” running at the same time at no additional cost.
The international VDI conference “IT Security for Smart Manufacturing” will demonstrate how to adapt IT security in times of increasing interconnection and digitization. Discuss international IT standards and norms with renowned industry experts. Find out more about secure communication, trustworthiness and legal aspects. Discuss in world cafés questions like “who owns the data?” or “how to implement IT security for brown field production facilities?” Learn how to protect best your company data with best practice examples.
International IT security standards for Industry 4.0
Security needs dependable standards. This has become crucial in times of Industry 4.0, the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and company-wide digital connectivity. The implementation is usually more challenging than the theory, which is why standards like IEC 62443, ISO 27001 and OPC UA Security will be thoroughly discussed. At the international VDI “IT Security for Smart Manufacturing” conference international experts will present various ideas and solutions, whilst considering the issues from an international standpoint.
You’ll also find out how your business can be protected from existentially threatening malware programs such as WannaCry and which strategies provide you with the highest possible resilience against cyber-attacks. You’ll be able to discuss how security is an enabler for new business models and how to link IT and OT.
Three conferences and one big evening Event
The VDI Conferences “CESIS – Global Internet of Things”, “Industrial Wearables & Devices – AR/VR Applications and Technologies” and “IT Security for Smart Manufacturing” are running at the same time. This gives you the opportunity to attend all the presentations you are interested in plus world cafés and panel discussions at no additional cost. On the first evening an evening reception will be hosted where you’ll have the opportunity to expand your network and exchange ideas with experts and participants from all three conferences.
Who is the conference aimed at?
The international VDI conference “IT Security for Smart Manufacturing”is a cross-industry event that is designed for professionals and management who want to protect their connected digital systems from attacks and data loss. The target audience includes:
- Chief Information Security Officers – CISO
- Industrial Security Officer
- Heads of IT Security
- Heads of Production
- Heads of Process Automation
- Chief Digital Officers
- Managing Directors
- Heads of Cyber Security and Industrial Automation
- Embedded Systems and Product Design Engineers
The agenda boasts of presentations of internationally renowned experts and has been put together by our supporting experts of the VDI Conference “IT Security for Smart Manufacturing”:
- Klaus Bauer, Head of Basic Technology Development, TRUMPF
- Dr. Markus Braendle, Airbus Defence and Space GmbH
- Michael Jochem, Projekt Business Chief Digital Officer, Robert Bosch GmbH
- Dr. Ragnar Schierholz, Head of Cyber Security, ABB
Secure your place at the conference
Discuss how you make the IT infrastructure for your production facilities smart with leading international experts. Find out about the best way to implement international IT security standards, especially when your business locations are spread across many countries and how to ensure secure communications and achieve trustworthiness. Book your place at the international VDI conference “IT Security for Smart Manufacturing” now.
Program of the Conference
Registration & welcome coffee
Chair’s welcome and opening address
I. International Standards
Protection Levels and IEC 62443: The Base for a holistic Plant Protection
Dr. Pierre Kobes, Product and Solution Security Officer, Siemens AG, Germany
Secure by Design: OPC UA Security for Industrie 4.0
Erich Barnstedt, M.Sc., Principal Software Engineering Lead, Microsoft Corporation, Germany
Implementation of NIST Cyber Security Framework
Marty Edwards, Managing Director, Automation Federation, USA
Architectures for Secure Systems in the Industrial Internet
Dr. Richard Soley, Executive Director, Industrial Internet Consortium, USA
Cyber Security and Trust for smart Manufacturing
Andre Braunmandl, Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), Germany
How to connect IT security and production?
Panelists will be regulators and users.
Networking & coffee break
II. Basics for Connected Industry
Secure Communication for Industry 4.0
Dr. Lutz Jaenicke, Product & Solution Security Officer, Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Integrity a fundamental Protection Goal for Trustworthiness
Michael Jochem, Director, Project Business Chief Digital Officer, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
Smart Manufacturing – The legal Side of Security and Privacy
Dr. Alexander Duisberg, Partner, Bird & Bird LLP, Germany
Security as the enabler for new Business Models
Hans-Peter Bock, Expert for Industry 4.0 Communication and Security, TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH + Co. KG
End of conference day one
At the end of the first conference day we kindly invite you to use the relaxed and informal atmosphere for in-depth conversations with other participants and speakers.
III. Cyber Security in Practice
How to achieve good Security in a manufacturing Environment
Simon Saunders, Head of Strategy, Risk & Compliance, Cisco Security Advisory Services, UK
Cyber Security in Manufacturing
Arno Coster, Managing Director Europe, Kaspersky Lab, UK
How Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is challenging IT Security in Manufacturing
Abeed Hossain, Global Director IT, Operations and Infrastructure Services, INEOS Styrolution Group GmbH, Germany
Networking & coffee break
Understanding Connectivity Solution to protect your IIOT Growth Strategy
Jesus Molina, Ph.D., Director, Waterfall Security Ltd., Israel
Measuring End-to-End Security using an IIoT Security Maturity Model
Ron Zahavi, Chief Strategist for IoT Standards and Consortia, Microsoft, USA, co-authors: Arjmand Samuel, Security Lead, Microsoft, USA, Erich Barnstedt, Principal Software Engineering Lead, Microsoft, Germany
Embedded Security using Machine Learning for Mobile and Industrial Applications
Mark Szewczul, IoT Security Architect, Zimperium Inc., USA
Networking & coffee break
Network Monitoring for Industrial Automation: Challenges and Benefits
Dr. Damiano Bolzoni, Chief Executive Officer, SecurityMatters B.V., The Netherlands
How to become Trustworthy: A path Forward
Robert Martin, Senior Principal Secure Software & Technology Engineer, MITRE Corporation, USA
Conference chair’s closing remarks
End of conference
Free of charge whitepaper download
Secure Communication for Industrie 4.0
Author : Dr. Lutz Jänicke Product & Solution Security Officer, Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG
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