Webcast: "IT-SiG 2.0 - Implementation of the requirements in the control room to the surface" | Tuesday, 14 September

The large number of decentralized substations and grid users requires comprehensive digitization for the efficient operation of the smart grid. In our multi-part webinar series, speakers from politics, consulting and energy operations present the amendment from different perspectives.

The third webcast on September 14 will focus on implementing the requirements of IT-SiG 2.0 through a holistic, efficient threat and attack detection system in brownfield facilities. The speakers will explain to users, among other things:

The speakers will explain to users, among other things:

  • How they can use a 360° threat detection approach that combines IDS and network security monitoring to protect their industrial networks from the control room to the substation against cyberattacks;
  • What the requirements are for a holistic, efficient threat and attack detection system to protect distributed network control and telecontrol systems.

You are welcome to view the recording and fill out the form below. Please notice: All contents are in German language.

Agenda

1:00 p.m. Welcome by the moderator
Stefan Grützmacher, SGBB
 
1:05 p.m. Keynote
Manuel Atug, Head of Business Development
HiSolutions
 
1:25 p.m. »Annomaly detection and condition monitoring on PLCs in IT/OT environments.«
Jens Sparmann, Systems Specialist Security
WAGO
 
1:45 p.m. »360° Threat Detection in Distributed Network Control and Telecontrol: OT Monitoring & Intrusion Detection«
Klaus Mochalski, CEO
Rhebo

 
2:05 p.m. »IT-SIG 2.0 - System integration in the KRITIS environment«
Naif Kiy, CEO
Corning Services
 
2:25 p.m. »Integration of network monitoring on the RAD gateway in critical infrastructures«
Marcel Vogl, Pre-Sales Manager Critical Infrastructure Europe
RAD Data Communications
 
2:45 p.m. »IT security in factory automation«
Hans Michael Krause, Director Product Management ctrlX World
Bosch Rexroth
 
3:00 p.m. Ending

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