Industrial Control Cybersecurity Europe Conference announces most extensive thought leadership panel to date

The Cyber Senate are proud to announce the most extensive panel line up to date for the 6th annual Industrial Control Cybersecurity Europe Conference being held at the Copthorne Tara London Kensington. www.industrialcontrolcyberseceurope.com

The thought leadership on this show spans maritime, nuclear, chemical, rail, water utilities, insurance, engineering, standards, integrators, manufacturing and leading solution providers. Booking NOW - all free VIP passes are ending for end users due to limited seating as we are nearly sold out.

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A Practical Approach to Artificial Intelligence. Guidance for the Critical Factors No One Talks About

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“A Practical Approach to Artificial Intelligence. Guidance for the Critical Factors No One Talks About”
Lauren Goodwin, Former BP,VP of Digital Transformation joins Cyber Senate on Tuesday September 24th, 2:15pm-2:45pm at Mystic Dunes Resort.

Her presentation will include

The Forgotten Components of AI

  • Data Foundation

  • Data Source: IoT

  • Cyber Security Matters

  • Women Can do this Work, Their Voice

  • Don't bring a Bugatti to a Bike Ride

Lauren began her career in the space industry, leading systems engineering and integration for NASA on the International Space Station Program. She transitioned into the energy industry leading a center of excellence for data analytics in support of automated and predictive Upstream drilling and completions. Lauren was one of the first leaders to introduce automated expertise application via data analytics winning and speaking at SPE’s Digital Oilfield Conferences. At BP Lauren, served as Vice President of Digital Transformation and the Digital Security and Risk Officer. Lauren has a reputation for introducing the possibilities and application of data, analytics and automation with ethical, secure means of making a difference without causing risk. Lauren shares this experience with Executive Masters students at Columbia University where she is Associate Faculty. Lauren has a M. S. in Technology Management, with concentrations on Data Analytics and Cyber Security from Columbia University in New York. She was awarded Columbia University’s Alumni Digital Innovation Award.

Implementing Security in Industry 4.0 discussion with National Grid October 29/30th London

Implementing Security in Industry 4.0

  • Driving efficiency, trust and confidence with new connectivity

  • How do we facilitate this connectivity in a secure way?

  • The need for new technologies to drive business

  • Technology benefits and the necessity to drive risk decision making

  • Driving efficiencies through new connectivity; How do we do this in a secure way?

  • Establishing trust and confidence in new technologies to drive the business forward

Visit www.industrialcontrolcyberseceurope.com for more information


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Philip Tonkin

National Grid
Global Head of Cyber Operational Technology

Philip has worked in the energy business for over 20 years, working in a wide range of disciplines. From field engineering to senior leadership positions, he has always been passionate about solving the challenges of digitising the energy supply industry. Using an understanding of the systems used by the industry along with experience in making decisions as an asset manager, he has led a number of key projects to move forward the understanding of cyber threat.

Now as the OT leader within National Grid’s security team his focus is securing the operational technology that underpins the operation of National Grid’s trans atlantic businesses, from Gas Transmission to Electricity Generation.