New Delhi, February 19 2016: The Cyber Security conference CyCron, with a focus on Managing Cyber Security threats to Industrial Control Systems, comes to Delhi next week. The event which will take place on February 24, at Hotel Pullman, Aerocity, caters to the power generation, transmission and distribution, water utilities, chemicals, oil and gas, pipelines, data centers, medical devices, energy, utility transportation, manufacturing, and other industrial and critical infrastructure organizations.
CyCron will address the myriad cyber threats facing operators of ICS around the world, and will address topics covering ICSs, including protection for SCADA systems, plant control systems, engineering workstations, substation equipment, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and other field control system devices.
This event is being organized with the intent to create a unique knowledge-sharing and networking platform where CISOs, CIOs and senior Cyber Security professionals can come together to share their experience and gain knowledge from all across India.
Key Point of discussion include:
1. Cyber Risks to Industrial Control Systems What are we doing collectively to mitigate potential risk, what barriers are we experiencing and how are we transforming as an industry to put strategies in place?
2. Developing Effective Supply Chain Security Controls for Industrial Control System Networks
3. Intelligence-Led Threat Mitigation
4. Cyber-Security and Governance for ICS/SCADA
5. Incident Response for Industrial Control Systems
6. Cyber Forensics for SCADA and Industrial Control Systems
7. Cyber Safety: A systematic approach to managing ICS Cyber Security risks
This conference is supported by Indian Smart Grid Forum, Petrofed and Data Security Council of India (a NASSCOM Initiative). PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), a multinational global consultancy firm is the Knowledge Partner for the event.It is organised by security research company Crux Creative Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Key sponsors include Check Point, Palo Alto, Cyberbit, Darktrace and Kaspersky. More details here