Developing resilient critical infrastructure in a networked world

The UK’s critical infrastructure and associated assets, as well as a broad range of private stakeholders including essential businesses and services, currently face a significant threat from international and domestic terrorism, espionage and hostile foreign activity in the physical and cyber spaces.

We live in a ‘just-in-time' society that has become almost entirely dependent on goods and services distributed through increasingly delicate critical infrastructure, so the potential consequences of disruption to that infrastructure has serious ramifications.

However, the increasing importance of well protected, resilient infrastructure is matched by the growing complexities and interdependencies of a CNI which is spread across sectors and nation states. Relationships between stakeholders are somewhat disjointed, the ownership of risk is unclear and yet the consequences of failure are potentially catastrophic.

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2019 Conference Agenda

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  1. Driven by demands for increased speed, automation and efficiency, organisations are about to face a period of significant technological upheaval. Digitisation promises much, and development of the nex ...
  2. Sept. 29th 2018 was the magic date for eID in Europe. All Member States can profit from compulsory mutual recognition where Member States are liable for operation and quality of eID. Numbers tell us t ...
  3. The presentation will cover: The NIS Directive Baseline Security Requirements for Operators of Essential Services (OES) Incident Notification for Operators of Essential Services (OES) Public Private P ...
  4. What I have planned to explore during my presentation is two solutions we are currently working on in Estonia that will increase the preparedness of our critical infrastructure. Firstly, I will introd ...
  5. As national populism gains sway across many parts of the world, questions arise as the role of global governance and international order. We seem to be growing less connected. Yet, as social media, te ...
  6. “It is generally accepted that attackers’ capabilities are accelerating and that organisations are fighting an asymmetric battle to keep up with the advances in cyber threat.  In this talk, drawing up ...
  7. Rob will explore the obligations to and strategies that should be employed by CNI providers the understand security vulnerabilities that could be exploited by malicious operators to breach security at ...
  8. In the modern world tremendous effort is made to protect systems and organisations from Cyber threats. However, it is now widely accepted that about 70% of the threat surfaces in the Cyber environment ...
  9. The world has evolved, and it’s time we started thinking about multi-dimensional threats to a wider variety of assets, and how we go about protecting them Five-dimensional concept of perimeters How ra ...
  10. Diverse and changing threat landscape The challenges to protective security CPNI approach to improving resilience
  11. The speaker will outline the threat to this crucial element of the UK’s Critical National Infrastructure and highlight the measures in place to mitigate the risk of terrorist attack or other form of s ...
  12. The Regulator’s view on what good cyber security should look like in the UK’s Civil Nuclear Industry.
  13. Our world is in a constant growth and as opportunities increases, the risks are enhanced. Terrorists, hackers, and criminals are adapting and creating new methods designed to exploit and attack. It’s ...
  14. Your security budget is not endless. You cannot do everything at once. If you are going to take cyber-physical security of your Operational Technology seriously, you will need to start by really under ...

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