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.

Please notice: The Webcast will be held in German language!


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

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





Manuel Atug

Head of Business Development - HiSolutions

Mr. Atug has been working in information security for more than 23 years and deals with the topics KRITIS, Hackback, Ethics and Disaster Management. He is board member of the Cyber Security Cluster Bonn & founder and speaker of the independent working group critical infrastructures (AG KRITIS). Among other things, Mr. Atug has been appointed as an expert at the hearing on the IT-SiG 2.0 in the Bundestag.

Jens Sparmann

System Specialist Security - WAGO

Jens Sparrmann joined WAGO Kontakttechnik in 2018 as a Systems Specialist Security. After studying information and communication technology at the Berlin University of Applied Sciences, he worked as an IT consultant.

Klaus Mochalski

CEO - Rhebo

Klaus Mochalski is the managing director of Rhebo and has over twelve years of experience in developing and marketing technologies for network management and security. Before that, he worked in research and teaching at international universities.

Naif Kiy

CEO - Radar Services

Naif Kiy is Managing Director of Corning Services GmbH and is responsible for the operational business and business development of the company, which has a new owner since July 1, 2021 with the investment company Chequers Capital. With more than 25 years of professional experience, especially in the areas of KRITIS as well as alternative carriers, Naif Kiy lives the system integrator and full-service provider concept and stands for a highly qualified and motivated team that offers an all-round service as a service provider, from planning to maintenance and round-the-clock operational support.

Marcel Vogl

Pre-Sales Manager Critical Infrastructure Europe - RAD Data Communications

Marcel Vogl has been directly employed by RAD for 10 years and was previously with a system integrator/RAD partner for 10 years. He supports RAD's European partners and distributors in designing solutions in the area of Critical Infrastructure and IIoT.

Hans Michael Krause

Director Product Management - Bosch Rexroth

Hans Michael Krause is Director Market and Product Management PLC and IoT Systems at Bosch Rexroth AG in Lohr am Main, Germany.  He has got a diploma degree of Electrical Engineering and a master degree in Industrial Management and started his professional career in Argentina working as an independent automation engineer. Since 2007 he has been working with Bosch Rexroth's packaging machine building and FMCG customers. Since July 2017 he is responsible for Bosch Rexroth's PLC Automation and IoT Solution business.

Moderator: Stefan Grützmacher

Supervisory board, advisory board, interim management in the energy industry - SGBB

As managing director of the independent consulting company SGBB GmbH, Stefan Grützmacher currently supports energy companies in their operations. Before that, he held managerial positions at various municipal utilities and energy supply companies for 20 years and therefore has an excellent network in the energy sector.