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Cyber Security

Lecture

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For decades engineering organisations have expended considerable time, effort and money on controlling problems relating to safety, the environment, production, energy and their physical assets.

Date and Time

10 April 2018 - 19:00-21:00

Location

Scunthorpe, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - Yorkshire:Humber local network.


About this event

For decades engineering organisations have expended considerable time, effort and money on controlling problems relating to safety, the environment, production, energy and their physical assets – now there is a requirement that similar resources be expended to meet the cyber threat. 
By considering the following, this talk discusses the benefits (both of cost and quality) of integrating security into these existing management processes, rather than developing Operational Technology (OT) security systems from scratch:
 • The differences between Information Security (traditional IT security) and OT security;
 • Why traditional Information Security solutions cannot be applied directly to an industrial environment;
 • The role of security on: Process, Functional and Occupational Safety; the environment; physical assets; and reputation;
 • The HSE’s view of security and safety; and
 • How to implement security in an industrial context.

Programme

19:00 start

Continuing Professional Development

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Additional information

Speaker: Peter Hazell (BEng, MSc, MBA, CEng, MIET, MInstMC, EUR ENG), 
The IET Control and Automation TPN Executive Committee

Registration information

John Simpson 
John.E.Simpson@britishsteel.co.uk


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