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Maturity, commonalities and differences in approaches to cyber security across transport


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The IET at MECSS 2017 - IMarEST’s Marine Electrical and Control Systems Safety Conference. This timely and topical panel session, organised by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in collaboration with IMarEST, will conclude the first full day of proceedings at the ‘Marine Electrical and Control Systems Safety Conference’ (MECSS 2017).

Date and Time

22 November 2017 - 17:30-18:45


Glasgow, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Third party event. Contact Paloma Cid at PCid@theiet.org or on 01438 765629 for more information.

About this event

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As part of MECSS 2017, the IET Transport Sector is delighted to host a specially convened Panel Debate - Maturity, commonalities and differences in approaches to cyber security across transport.

Chair: Hugh Boyes, Managing Director, Bodvoc Ltd

Panellists: Dr Robert Oates, Software-Intensive Systems Engineer, Rolls-Royce

Peter Davies, Technical Director, Thales e-Security

Tim Rawlins, Director, NCC Group

Mark Lavis-Jones, Account Director, Advanced Cyber Solutions, Raytheon UK

Prof Kevin Jones, Executive Dean, Faculty of Science & Engineering, University of Plymouth

This panel session is organised by The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in collaboration with IMarEST and is part of the Marine Electrical and Control Systems Safety Conference 2017. 




Reasons to attend

The MECSS conference is a recognised forum within the marine industry. At the heart of the technical debate is how safety is instilled throughout the interaction between people, processes, commercial standard equipment and plant – all of which are becoming ever more sophisticated. MECSS 2017 aims to further explore ‘effective system integration’ and will take place in Glasgow from 22 – 23 November 2017.

  • Over 100 expert participants
  • Over 18 peer reviewed technical papers
  • International attendance
  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD) approved by IMarEST
  • Excellent networking opportunities


This is a paid event

IET Members may register at the ‘IMarEST Partner/Supporter’ rate using the discount code MECSS17PRTSP at https://www.mecss.org.uk/register  


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