Logistics Cybersecurity Threats

Understanding and Mitigating Cyber Risk to the Global Logistics Supply Chain
21/22 May Crowne Plaza Amsterdam Schiphol

As the rapid adoption of IT and IoT solutions continues to enable ever greater operational efficiency in the processing of data and critical automation systems, the logistics sector is facing the task of responding to new threat vectors and an unprecedented level of cyber risk. With an increased reliance on data-led solutions, from smart infrastructure and connected operational technology, to the exchange and processing of critical customer data in the cloud, the attack surface has expanded and risk become increasingly difficult to quantify.

Recent high-profile cyber incidents have left little doubt as to the seriousness and scale of the disruption that can be caused, and losses sustained across the supply chain when vulnerabilities are exploited. The new paradigm brought about by IT/OT/IoT convergence is forcing an evolution in cyber security strategy from prevention towards attaining the defence in depth to detect, contain and mitigate attacks when our systems are compromised.
The event will bring together cyber security strategists from leading global logistics companies, infrastructure operators and supply chain, to better understand the global threat landscape, cyber risk governance strategy and the latest tools and techniques towards developing detection, response and recovery capabilities.

Why Attend

  • Benefit from the expertise of the Cyber Senate’s network of global SMEs in developing a strategic approach to risk, resilience and threat mitigation

  • Hear case studies from industry leaders on cyber governance, OT and IT cyber security

  • Further your understanding of global regulatory and compliance requirements

  • Develop your network of global industry peers and partners

  • Challenge traditional thinking around information security as part of a group of thought leaders working towards the future safety, security and profitability of the logistics supply chain

Who Attends

CIO, CISO, DPO, OT Security, Senior IS, IT, Data Protection Management, CISO, Head of Operational Technologies, IT Directors, Safety Directors, Chief Technology Directors, Head of Risk Management, Head of Instrumentation and Control, SCADA Security Directors, Director of Incident Response, Industrial Control Security Directors, Head of Safety and Security, SCADA Cyber Security Director, Cyber Security Subject Matter Expert, Head of Threat Detection, Head of Operational Risk, Industrial Cyber Security Risk Manager, ICS Cybersecurity Lead, Digital Transformation, IOT.

Sectors: Logistics, Air, Rail, Road and Ocean Freight, Logistics Supply Chain, Ports, Transport Infrastructure, Government Agencies

For more information visit www.logisticscybersecurity.com or call Gina +44 (0)207 096 5081 marketing@cybersenate.com



Presentations include
Understanding and Communicating Technical OT Cyber Security Challenges

The journey from IT to OT Security: Pitfalls, Challenges and Opportunities

Cyber Risk Ownership and Attribution

Addressing the gap Between Connected Infrastructure and Cyber Security

The path to Viable Cyber Insurance - What do operators need to Demonstrate?

Developing Fit-for-purpose Threat Detection Capabilities for the Logistics Sector

Encroachment of Law into the Field of Cyber Security

Understanding the Ripple Effect and the Extent of Supply Chain Vulnerabilities

Cyber Exercising and Emergency Response Planning Workshop

IT/OT Convergence and Cryptographic Zoning

Case Study: Cyber Security Standards Adoption

Introduction from the Cyber Senate and our Moderator

Overcoming the Cultural Barriers to Global Cyber Security

Case Study: Implementing the German Cyber Security Law

Case Study: The Cybersecurity Awareness Program of the Port of Amsterdam

Developing an IT/OT Converged Terminal Management Programme

Secure Cloud for Logistics

Funding our Security: Getting to Yes

Gaining Supply Chain Risk Visibility

Case Study: Responding to a Major Cyber Incident

Security as a Business Enabler

IT/OT Convergence - An Holistic Approach to Technology Security

Deepening Industry Collaboration and Information Sharing Practice


Speakers include
Andy Powell A P Moller-Maersk Chief Information Security Officer
Chris Blask Unisys Global Director Industrial and IoT Security
José Santos DB Schenker CIO Portugal - Head of Infrastructure & Support Iberia
Michal Zdunowski DB Schenker Cyber Security Manager
Ruud van Oorschot Vanderlande Senior Cyber Security Specialist
Dr Felix Greve Hamburg Süd CISO
Christian von Rützen DACHSER Department Head IT Security
Callum Wright Hermes Security Architect and Deputy DPO
Michael Noorlander Vopak Information Security Manager Global IT & Vopak Europe and Africa
Belle Webster Port of Amsterdam Cyber Program Manager
Sudarsan Thattai Lineage Logistics CIO
Thomas Pache RiskPoint Head of Cyber & Senior Underwriter Tech/Cyber
Craig Dunn Hiscox Head of Cyber Services