The analysts forecast the global smart grid cyber security market to grow at a CAGR of 9.79% during the period 2016-2020.
Many organizations have been able to cut costs and centralize their resources because of availing cloud-based services. Consequently, there has been an increase in the number of utilities adopting cloud-based services. Many European-based utilities have been availing cloud-based services from smart grid vendors*.
European Smart Grid Cyber Security 2017 offers a unique opportunity to network with senior experts in cyber security from government, utilities, TSOs, regulators, solution providers, security consultants, senior engineers and more.
Join us to hear from a range of European utility companies present what their strategic programmes are doing regarding cyber security. As well as discuss how communication issues between IT and OT departments can be overcome and learn how to make your company compliant.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Hear from a range of European utilities and what their strategic programmes regarding cyber security
- Discuss how communication issues between stakeholders can be improved
- The importance of standards and how to make your company compliant
- Management strategy towards cyber security is an important area that will be in focus
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Any company involved in the Smart Grid Cyber Security Industry should come to this event. This includes but is not limited to:
- Grid operators
- Solution Providers
- Security Consultants
Agile Security; Alliander N.V. ; CERT-UK; CGI IT UK Limited ; CGI UK; Cyber defense institute Incident Response Team; CyberArk Software (UK) Limited; Darktrace; Delta Business Media; Department of Energy and Climate Change ; Devoteam Consulting; E.ON; E-Control; ENCS; Enel Distribuzione Sp A; Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA); Enexis; Engie ; Enwl; IT Governance Ltd; MAOSCO Ltd; National Grid; Palo Alto Networks; Sadales tikls AS; Scottish & Southern Energy plc; Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution; Secure Meters (UK) Ltd; Sibelga; Smart Energy GB; Smart Energy Networks Ltd; Smart Homes and Buildings Association; SSE; The Mitre Corporation; University Hospital-sth Manchester; Utility Week; Vattenfall EuropeMetering GmbH ; WMG