The power grid is becoming increasingly small-scale due to the integration of municipal utilities, renewable energy plants and the construction of new substations. Often, the individual stations are located far away and control is increasingly digital via remote access. Classic firewalls usually reliably detect known malware, but are blind to novel attack patterns and professional attacks that often run over a long period of time.
Alexander Müller will speak about: "Security monitoring in substations: How to detect attacks at all levels at an early stage"
- 5min - Introductions - bring your own coffee
- 30min - The pitch
- 20min - Open Q&A
- 5min - Wrap - up
In this session, you will learn:
- Why centralized monitoring is not enough to adequately protect substations
- What types of threats you're not seeing in your substations yet;
- How to implement a seamless attack detection system for your entire infrastructure.
|Date:||Thursday August, 19|
|Place:||virtual at EnergyLab Nordhavn|
About Alexander Müller
Alexander Müller is Vice President Product Management at Rhebo and is responsible for the continuing advancement of the industrial IT security product portfolio. Before he took over responsibility for product management at Rhebo, he held leading positions at ipoque and pcvisit Software AG.