In our multi-part webinar series, speakers from politics, consulting and energy management present the amendment from different perspectives.
In the second webcast on July 1st, the focus is now on the implementation of IT-SiG 2.0 in practice. The speakers explain to users how they can implement an attack detection system within a short period of time and what they should pay attention to, including:
- Attack detection and monitoring - challenges posed by IT-SiG 2.0
- Experience and operating expenses in OT monitoring with the Rhebo Industrial Protector
The full agenda and speakers can be found below.
Date: Thursday, July 1, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. | virtual
Please notice: The Webcast will be held in German language
|1:00 p.m.||Welcome by the moderator
Stefan Grützmacher, SGBB
Wilhelm Dolle, Head of Cyber Security
|1:30 p.m.||»Attack detection and monitoring - challenges IT SiG 2.0"
Nico Werner, Head of Cybersecurity
|1:50 p.m.||»Development of a system for attack detection in network control and telecontrol technology - from risk analysis to operation«
Klaus Mochalski, CEO
|2:10 p.m.||»Experience & operating expenses in OT monitoring with the Rhebo Industrial Protector«
Sebastian Robitsch-Pötzschke, System management central control technology
Mitteldeutsche Netzgesellschaft Strom
|2:30 p.m.||»Digitization, data and security with regard to the IT Security Act 2.0: Current challenges for KRITIS companies«
Victor Stocker,Senior Consultant
|2:50 p.m.||Discussion and adoption|
Registration for Thursday, July 1, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Wilhelm Dolle is a partner at KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft and heads the Cyber Security division and is the managing director of KPMG CERT GmbH.He has more than 25 years of professional experience and is an expert in both technical and organizational aspects of information security. This includes risk and security analyzes, the development of information security management systems up to certification maturity, but also topics such as penetration tests and the security of industrial plants. Wilhelm Dolle also deals intensively with regulatory requirements for information security and IT risk management. He has written several studies on IT security law and security in critical infrastructures, is the author of a book, numerous articles in specialist journals and has lectured at various universities.
Nico Werner completed an apprenticeship as an IT specialist with a focus on cybersecurity. In the course of this, his enthusiasm for securing OT systems also arose. Or as he puts it himself: "Machines and robots have always been fascinating to me and the special circumstances that need to be taken into account in security for OT environments are a driving force for me to keep developing." Since January 2017 As "Head of Cybersecurity" at telent GmbH, he is responsible for his favorite topic and pursues - true to his motto "Cybersecurity is a matter for the boss" - one goal: to convey the importance of the topic to the relevant departments and to ensure that implementation and continuous improvement of this is promoted.
Sebastian Robitsch-Pötzschke has been a specialist control technology specialist at Mitteldeutsche Netzgesellschaft Strom mbH since 2014 and can look back on many years of experience in the field of OT monitoring.
In his lecture: "Experiences & operating expenses in OT monitoring with the Rhebo Industrial Protector" he will give direct insights from practice.
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.
Mr. Stocker's main focus is on organizational and process consulting for utility companies. This includes in particular the establishment of compliance-compliant structures and the creation of efficient work processes. Since 2015, Mr. Stocker has been responsible for setting up information security management systems for operators of critical infrastructures.
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.