The recently updated German IT Security Act (also known as IT-SiG 2.0) re-inforces the requirements for energy supply companies: Among other things, it requires a comprehensive intrusion detection system that - according to §8a - "continuously and automatically records and evaluates parameters and characteristics from ongoing operations, and which should be able to continuously identify and avoid threats and take appropriate remedial measures for any malfunctions that have occurred."
In our 3-part webinar series, speakers from politics, consulting and energy companies will discuss the amendment from different perspectives. We start on June 17th with the following topics:
- intrusion detection and holistic cybersecurity;
- importance of the converging IT and OT;
- substation level monitoring;
- OT monitoring in practice.
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|1:00 p.m.||Welcome by the moderator
Stefan Grützmacher, SGBB
Andreas Könen, Head of Department Cyber and Information Security
Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Home Affairs
|1:30 p.m.||»Implementation of IT-SiG 2.0: What is important for CRITIS companies?"
Frank Brech, Head of Business Development Full Kritis Service
EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG
|1:50 p.m.||»The challenge of detection & response for CRITIS: Consolidation of IT and OT infrastructures«
Ali Carl Gülerman, CEO
Radar Cyber Security
|2:10 p.m.||»Attack detection up to the substation - with an early warning system for cybersecurity and supply guarantee«
Klaus Mochalski, CEO
|2:30 p.m.||»Continuous monitoring in practice - for transparency and high network quality«
Daniel Beyer, Network control technology officer
TEN Thüringer Energienetze
|2:50 p.m.||»And action ... preparation for an emergency«
Alexander Harsch, Head of Cyber Security Resilience
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Graduate mathematician Andreas Könen is department head CI - Cyber and Information Security in the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Home Affairs (BMI). Before that, he had been Head of IT II - IT and Cybersecurity since 2006; secure information technology and ÖS III - cybersecurity in the area of the police and the protection of the constitution in the Federal Ministry of the Interior. Until 2016, Mr. Könen was Vice President of the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).
Frank Brech has been Head of Business Unit Development "Full KRITIS Service" at EnBW since 2019 and is responsible for the pan-European marketing of cyber security solutions. In addition, he has headed the technology working group in the BREKO Association in Bonn for 2010. Before that, Frank Brech had been active in various management functions in mobile communications and broadband expansion for over 25 years.
Ali Carl Gülerman
Ali Carl Gülerman looks back on more than 20 years of management responsibility in the IT sector. A special focus of Ali Gülerman is the planning and implementation of cyber security strategies for operators of critical infrastructure (KRITIS) with special consideration of legal requirements. He has been actively involved in the design of the NIS directive and its national implementation, e.g. through the IT Security Act in Germany, for years.
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.
As a consultant for process IT and interfaces in the field of network control technology at TEN Thüringer Energienetze GmbH & Co. KG, Daniel Bayer is responsible for the implementation of ISO / IEC TR 27019 and the further development of the network control system. Before doing research at the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft in the field of electrical energy systems.
Alexander Harsch has been head of the Cyber Resilience department at E.ON since 2016. He supports network operators and municipal utilities in the implementation, design and establishment of certifiable ISMS based on the IT security catalog of the Federal Network Agency and the international standards ISO / IEC 27001 and ISO / IEC TR 27019. Before that, he worked in management consultancy at PricewaterhouseCoopers for over 10 years "Cyber & Forensics" area.
Moderator: Stefan Grützmacher
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.