5 Must-Attend industrial cybersecurity trade shows and events in the next 8 months
Industrial cybersecurity tradeshows and events take place all over the world, happening year round. We’ve compiled this list of what we feel are the 9 must-attend events for leading professionals in ICS cybersecurity.
2018 year’s events will focus on a number of topics, including emerging industrial control system threat vectors, the need for collaborative IT-OT cybersecurity strategies, and the newest and most advanced methods for detecting industrial cyber attacks.
One common focus is how the digital transformation and increased connectivity to IT networks in 2018 will leave critical infrastructure more exposed to cyber threats than ever before.
Check out our list of the top ICS cyber security events you should consider for the upcoming year and check out the full version of article on our website for more details about all these events:
- Top Sessions to Attend
- Top Executive Speakers to Watch Out For
- Highlights of some particular events
- Fast Facts for each event – date, location, price and how to register.
The 2018 Spring Meeting is a 3-day event organized by the ICSJWG, whose goal is to enhance the collaborative efforts of the industrial control systems stakeholder community in securing CI by accelerating the design, development, and deployment of secure industrial control systems.
The event, which enables stakeholders to exchange ideas on critical issues in ICS cybersecurity, spans 3 days, and will include keynote speakers, practical demos, presentations, and panels.
This is a great opportunity to interface with peers, network with industry leaders, and stay up-to-date on the latest initiatives impacting security for industrial control systems and our critical infrastructure.
The 3rd edition of the Manusec Summit will bring together a senior delegation of 120+ manufacturing leaders from across the US. Featuring keynote sessions, case studies, interactive panel debates and more, the event aims to forge a connection between the process control and corporate IT senior level professionals, giving them the opportunities to discuss challenges, critical issues and debate best practice guidelines.
This year’s Manusec will focus on how the manufacturing sector can defend itself against a growing range of cyber threats, and how organizations must engage all levels from the executive board down, to establish best practice policies to protect key assets.
This is the 13th annual API Cybersecurity Conference & Expo, covering the most advanced cyber security methods for thwarting attacks, and how the latest technologies can help you counter cyber espionage, address cyber warfare, and make your cyber efforts secure.
The energy industry, including oil and natural gas, is ranked 2nd highest of all industries most likely to suffer a cyber attack, and this event is organized by the American Petroleum Institute to provide an opportunity to network with cybersecurity professionals, and openly discuss challenges and share solutions.
Israel HLS & Cyber is a leading biennial conference for homeland security and cybersecurity professionals. This is the 5th time the event is being held, welcoming thousands of senior public officials and government agencies from around the world, as well as decision makers and executives from multinational companies and conglomerates.
This year, HLS & Cyber will feature 160 exhibitors, and 5,000 participants (from 80 countries) and the focus will be on the increasing correlation between HLS and cyber.
The event will cover physical protection challenges, and how these are a cross-sector responsibility that spans infrastructure, health, finance, transportation and the corporate business worlds.
The next SPS IPC Drives event will take place in the fall of 2018, with 1,700 exhibitors and expected attendance of over 70,000 visitors. This is a leading expo for globally renowned companies in the automation industry, and this year’s event will focus on Industry 4.0.
Alongside products and examples of applications, there will be topic-based special display areas and presentations, and a hall addressing new challenges in production technologies.
The topics that will be covered include control technology, electric drive systems and components, human-machine-interface (HMI) devices, industrial software and digital production, and more.
Read more about all these events on our website.
This article was written by Dana Tamir, who brings to her role at Indegy over 15 years of real-world expertise in the cyber security industry. She joins Indegy from Trusteer (acquired by IBM in 2013) where she led product marketing for the advanced malware protection solution as Director of Enterprise Security.