EnergShield Consortium has just released the report of the European workshop Trends, opportunities and choices in designing a cyber resilient EPES infrastructure organized on the 15th of April 2021, 10.00 CET. EnergyShield_Workshop Report_v0.6

A total of 135 persons attended the online EnergyShield workshop and the majority were interested in the opening session topics. 

The event was initiated and organized by three EnergyShield partners: Software Imagination & Vision (Coordinator), KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (Dissemination& Communication Leader) and National Technical University of Athens (Collaboration Leader). 

The event gathered Critical infrastructure stakeholders, business, academia, and industry professionals from 8 European countries around cross-domain topics. 

Different aspects of cyber security in EPES sector including standardization efforts and policy updates were addressed during the opening sessions leaded by representatives from European Commission, ENISA and energy standardization and regulatory bodies. Also, a brief introduction of Energy Shield project and a demonstration of the toolkit developed completed this session.

The second part of the workshop focused on two topics that will be addressed in two consecutive panels equipped with high profiled experts from the field. The first one elaborated on the effect of work from home on energy and IT infrastructures, while the second one addressed latest incidents targeting critical infrastructure and their impact on designing new technologies, business models and policies.

Energy Shield Consortium is inviting you to attend online workshop “Trends, opportunities and choices in designing cyber resilient EPES infrastructure” on the 15th of April starting at 10.00 CET.  

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Targeted audience: If you are an EPES value chain stakeholder, critical infrastructure and/or cyber security expert, researcher, scientist or domain enthusiast, please register here

 

Event structure & objectives:

EnergyShield online workshop aims at engaging different stakeholders in cross-domain topics via:

  • Opening sessions approaching standardization efforts and policy updates impacting critical infrastructures and cyber security.
  • Demonstration of Energy Shield toolkit.
  • Two panel discussions  about the impact of the home working on energy and IT infrastructures and on how the lasted incidents targeting critical infrastructures are reshaping technologies, businesses and policies landscape.

Active participation:

  • During the event, you will be able to address questions via chat and discuss with the other participants.
  • Prior the event, you can fill two panel related surveys to provides insights, propose questions or launch topics of discussion (Panel 1 and Panel 2).
  • After the event, a report will be issued and all the topics an question will be addressed.

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While deciding… please watch a video presentation of the Energy Shield project https://youtu.be/AtSUmkrp1Dw

Looking forward to seeing you at the event!

EnergyShield Consortium is inviting you to join us in an online workshop engaging different stakeholders in cross-domain topics on the 15th of April 2021 starting from 10:00 CET.

Register here to the online workshop on Trends, opportunities and choices in designing a cyber resilient EPES infrastructure organized by EnergyShield Consortium. 

Five interesting presentations and two panels elaborating on actual opportunities for security in the energy domain are scheduled during the event. .

After a short introduction, the EnergyShield project officer will talk about recent policy developments in cybersecurity for critical infrastructure protection. Presentations on different aspects ranging from ENISA’s activities in the energy sector, over cyber security in the EPES sector, to standardization efforts to assess cyber security in UK will follow.

The workshop will be concluded by two exciting panel discussions, equipped with high profiled experts from the field. The first will elaborate on the effect of work from home on energy and IT infrastructures, while the second addresses latest incidents targeting critical infrastructure.

Do not miss the chance to participate in the workshop and register for this event!

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