Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe
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|Wo||The Hague, Netherlands|
Latest Speakers confirmed:
- Opening Keynote Speaker:
Sir Julian King, Commissioner for Security Union, European Commission
Dr. Timo Hauschild, Head of CIP section, Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), Germany
- Catherine Piana, Director General, CoESS – Confederation of European Security Services
- Drew Williams, Principal Security Solutions Architect, Leidos (formerly Lockheed Martin), USA
- Philip Rydén, Chief Security Officer, E.ON Sverige AB
- Gonzalo Martin de Mercado, Studies manager, Integrated Applications, ESA – European Space Agency
- Konstantinos Moulinos, CIIP Project Manager, ENISA
- Ben Govers, Senior Advisor / Project Manager, Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice, Netherlands
- Jaya Baloo, CISO, KPN, Netherlands
- Andrew Wright, Head of Industrial Resources and Communication Services Group (IRCSG), NATO
- Michael Lowder, Director – Office of Intelligence, Security & Emergency Response, US Dept of Transportation
- Gabriela Matei, Analysis Team Manager, National CYBERINT Center, Romania
- Anjos Nijk, Managing Director, European Network for Cyber Security
- Martin Lee, Technical Lead, Security Research, CISCO
- Dr Zahri Yunos, Chief Operating Officer, Cyber Security Malaysia
The unique two-track conference programme delivered a leading line up of international experts to discuss securing Europe’s critical infrastructure, from both physical and cyber perspectives.
Critical Infrastructure Protection
With much focus on convergence, the CIP track of the programme delivers discussions to review the potential threats to critical infrastructure, smart construction and building in security resilience, and a focus on ‘Transport, Energy & Telecomms Infrastructure’, three key elements of a countries economic activity.
Critical Information Infrastructure Protection
With the ever increasing threat from cyber attacks on critical infrastructure, the information and data stored and used by CNI systems and operators can be more crucial than the system itself. CIIP is becoming ever more important as part of the cyber security strategy of an organisation or CNI operator.
With a unique conference programme set-up, providing enhanced opportunities for discussions between the physical infrastrucutre and cyber security, who need to work together to mitigate threats and attacks in our combined plenary sessions, as well as focussed discussions within each discipline in the individual CIP and CIIP tracks.