Welcome and Introduction of Congress
José Valiente ( Industrial Cyber Security Center, CCI, Director )
Jose Valiente is Director and Responsible Coordination and Communication in Industrial Cyber Security Center. Specialist Security Technology and consulting. He has over 20 years experience working in large consulting firms, where he has developed his professional career in the field of information technology, as in the industrial automation sector. He has participated in more than a dozen publications on industrial cyber security, as well as numerous conferences, events and specialized courses in cybersecurity. Currently it has multiple certifications solutions and IT security vendors and professional certifications from ISACA CISM and Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional (GICSP) GIAC.
Protecting IoT services and technology in Europe
Rossella Mattioli ( European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA), Security & Resilience of Communication Networks Officer )
Rossella Mattioli is Security and Resilience of Communication Networks Officer at ENISA (the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security). Her work focuses on enhancing the security of Critical Infrastructures, Internet infrastructure, ICS SCADA and transport infrastructure in Europe.
She holds a MSc in Engineering with main specialization in Cybersecurity at Tallinn University of Technology and a BA in Communication Sciences. Along with the annual studies and community engagement, she coordinates also ENISA’s expert groups related to Internet infrastructure, ICS SCADA, intelligent public transport and smart car cybersecurity.
The challenging task of IT/OT integration in Industry 4.0
Representatives ( Siemens, Telefónica and Tecnalia, technology providers )
Some of the leading technology providers in the world IT and OT will provide their vision of Industry 4.0, technology integration, and how they are responding to cyber security risks.
Miguel García-Menéndez ( Industrial Cyber Security Center, CCI, Responsible Corporate Governance and Strategy )
Engineer Computer Science from the University of Oviedo (Spain), he initiated the aforementioned path between Synoptics (HMI) treatment facilities Steel and control algorithms (MES) for the Spanish and Latin American steel industry, leading the area of Computer Process of engineering, where he was CIO well. Has the following certtificacioens, Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT), COBIT Foundation Certificate, COBIT Implementation Certificate, Certificate COBIT Assessor, Trainer COBIT Foundation, COBIT COBIT Implementation Trainer Assessor and Trainer, awarded by ISACA
Cybersecurity perspective Industry 4.0 (Germany)
Jens Wiesner ( Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) en Alemania, Head of Cybersecurity in ICS Section )
Mr. Wiesner works since 2013 in the German Federal Office for Information Security (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik, BSI) and is, since mid 2016, head of section for Cyber Security in Industrial Control Systems.
In addition to generating awareness and hands-on recommendations for manufacturers, integrators and operators his main task area focuses on national and international cooperation to strengthen Cyber Security in Industrial Control Systems.
Cybersecurity perspective Industry 4.0 (France)
Jerome Sobecki ( ANSSI (France), Security Architect )
Jerome Sobecki is a graduate engineer from Ecole Nationale Supérieur de Techniques Avancées (ENSTA ParisTech, Paris).
After 11 years at Pasteur Institute, including 3 years as head of IT Infrastructure and Production division, he joined the French Network and Information Security Agency (ANSSI) as a security architect, where he is involved, in particular, in technical assistance and system accreditation for both ICS cybersecurity and critical infrastructure protection.
The situation of cybersecurity connected in Industry 4.0 (Spain)
Juan Delfín Peláez ( INCIBE, Cybersecuriry Expert )
Technical Engineering from the University of Oviedo, Graduate network security and operating systems by the Open University of Catalunya (UOC). Holds certifications in CISA, ITIL and implanter and auditor of ISO 27001. Since 2007 works in INCIBE as cybersecurity expert for the CERTSI collaborating with the National Center for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CNPIC). He previously worked in computer consulting Thales Information Systems. Currently he is working on the development of the National Integrated Security Scheme (ENSI) for improving the current capabilities of the “Industry 4.0”.
The Digital Enterprise – On the way to Industry 4.0
David Pozo ( SIEMENS, Technical Director Industry Automation )
Industrial Engineer by Carlos III University of Madrid, specializations on Electromechanical, Automation & Electronics.Advanced degree on industrial applications of neuronal networks and machine learning. More than 18 years experience on industrial automation working in Germany, Italy and Spain. Technical Director of Factory Automation and Process Automation business units at Siemens during the last 7 years. He’s leading the Industry 4.0 Initiative within the company.
Implement your industrial 4.0 security policy with network and end point protection
Robert Wakim ( Stormshield, Industrial Engineering Director )
Robert brings 10 years of expertise in a wide range of fields from internet providers cybersecurity to email filtering solutions. Since 2014 as the director of the engineering lab, Robert focuses on the development of firewalls, feeding power to almost 20 years of excellence for Stormshield in the security field for industrial networks. In collaboration with industrial vendors such as Schneider Electric or Siemens, Robert’s team provided SNi40, the first industrial firewall targeting critical infrastructure sectors such as health, energy, transport, water. Robert’s work also help smaller industries with increasing cybersecurity needs by making all the industrial network protection available in any Stormshield Network Security solution.
Implementation and Certification SGS in System Supervision Industrial Plants
Juan Luis Carús ( Grupo TSK, Project Director )
Juan Luis Carús Candás es director de proyectos I+D+i dentro de la división de Tecnologías de la Información de Grupo TSK. Ingeniero en Telecomunicaciones por la Universidad de Oviedo y doctorado en Tecnologías Industriales por la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) lleva varios años colaborando en proyectos de investigación centrados en la aplicación de las tecnologías de la información al sector industrial. Actualmente participa activamente en proyectos I+D+i dentro de la iniciativa conocida como “Industria 4.0”. Ha colaborado en varias publicaciones de impacto y participado en conferencias y seminarios internacionales.
Active defense of the OT area
Arkaitz Gamino - CTO , Iñaki Eguía - CINO ( ITS Security, _ )
Iñaki Eguia is Director of Innovation ITS-UNIT71. Performs the tasks of business development through activation in R & D, resulting in the development of new solutions for managed security in industry. Iñaki has been a member of cybersecurity SmartGrid and currently directs and advises several industrial projects for industry 4.0, water and energy sector.
Arkaitz Gamino is CTO of STI UNIT71 leading the technical aspects of this unit, setting the strategy of the unit, generating new business and leading products / projects in the field of R & D. He has over 10 years experience in the field of computer security, the last 6 years focused on the industrial and security in SCADA systems. He studied at the University of Deusto and at the end of the race held at the same University Master of Information Security. It also has the CISA certification and is a regular speaker at industry conferences cybersecurity at national and international level.
Mentoring for Fun and Non-Profit
Marc Blackmer ( CISCO, Industrial Security Services Director )
Marc has spent over 16 years working with some of the major energy companies, financial institutions and governments around the world in the defense of critical assets against cyberthreats. Technical engineering in information technology, security operations, and governance, risk and compliance profile IT offers a unique perspective for addressing threats to critical infrastructure today.
How to cope with the internal threat in operating environments and critical infrastructure. The Insider Threat Program (ITP)
Fernando Sevillano ( LOGITEK, Industrial Cybersecurity Director )
Fernando Sevillano is PhD from the School of Engineering (ETSII) of the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid (2010), Master in Management and Research of Corporate Communication URJC (2008) and a BA in Economics and Business Administration CUNEF center subscribed to the UCM (1995).
With over 20 years of experience, his professional career began in the IT sector, particularly in the area of corporate management solutions (ERP, BI, CRM) and developed in the area of industrial automation and management information in real time (SCADA, MES, energy efficiency, Cloud Computing industry, etc). He is currently the Director of Solutions Logitek signature. In this position directs the divisions of M2M · IoT, Industrial Communications, Real Time Management, High Availability and leads initiatives Cybersecurity Industrial and Industry 4.0.
Case of successful in Industrial environment
Jose Luis Laguna ( Fortinet, SE Manager )
Jose Luis Laguna has over 15 years of experience in engineering, has been CIO and CISO in the Técnicas Reunidas Group, one of the largest engineering companies in the world, specializing in the construction of power plants and petrofíferas. He currently leads the engineering team of Fortinet for Spain.
Unicorns, Infosharing, Threat Intelligence and Other Myths
Patrick Miller ( Archer Energy Solutions, Managing Partner )
Patrick Miller is one of 20 experts in cyber Forbes policy to follow on Twitter and one of the 50 pioneers of smart grid smart grid 2015. Today is an independent trusted advisor dedicao the protection and defense of critical infrastructures around the world. Currently he is managing partner of Archer Energy Solutions, as well as founder, director and president emeritus of EnergySec a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization focused on the exchange of information, knowledge of the situation and development of staff security for the energy industry. Patrick’s experience extends to the Government, Telecommunications, Financial Services and Energy verticals within key positions with regulators, owners of utility assets and private consulting firms.
IEDs security: lessons learned
Oscar Lage ( ITS Security )
Oscar Lage is Head of Cybersecurity in Tecnalia, an applied research center of international excellence. As a researcher on Safety and Mobility since 2003, has participated in several European and Spanish projects as “Internet of Energy”, Chiron, nShield, SafeCity or “Smart Urban Spaces” developing cryptographic algorithms based technologies Information Security. His current research interests include “Identity & Access Management”, “Mobile Security” and “Mobile Payments”
Industrial cybersecurity point to point: a practical example
María Pilar Torres ( Everis Aerospace and Defense, Director of Cybersecurity )
She has more than 12 years in the everis group and extensive experience in large IT projects. He spent 5 years in the public sector in Spain, 3 in Public Sector in the office of everis Mexico and finally 5 years assumed responsibility for developing the security area in Aerospace everis and Defense leveraging services already gives the group everis and small and medium-sized niche companies.
Currently she has executed projects with directors security plans in the Spanish and European fields and is promoting projects in the company malware protection; personal data privacy; use of simulators for training cyber attacks on critical infrastructure; analysis of certifications required for a security director in an industrial infrastructure; Smart Grids cyber security; infrastructure monitoring networks; Finally he is involved in several projects concerning cybersecurity roadmaps in order to feed the major programs of investment in innovation in Europe.
Trees falling in industrial control networks
Enrique Martín ( S21SEC, Industrial Cyber Security & CIP Solutions Business Development )
Enrique has over 25 years experience in the field of information technologies, many of which have been linked to safety.
In its passage by the public administration he developed and participated in fitness plans to ENS and designed and implemented various eGovernment services for the energy sector.
He has participated in plans for critical infrastructure protection from different operators. He has participated in the international project SCADALAB phase of dissemination and communication, bringing new proposals for monitoring industrial control networks.
Security in PROFINET networks –enabler for Industrie 4.0
Karsten Schneider ( PROFIBUS&PROFINET International, Chairman )
Karsten Schneider graduated in electrical engineering at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. More than 15 years ago, he started at Siemens AG in the central research and development since he was engaged in various activities. Among other Schneider was appointed head of Development of MES Components and Marketing Manager for Distributed I/O. In this context, Schneider also accompanied the launch of the PROFINET technology in February 2003. More detailed knowledge about the fieldbus technology, he has amassed as head of North America PICC Competence Center and Test Lab for PROFIBUS & PROFINET in Johnson City, TN. In May 2012 he was elected Chairman of PI (PROFIBUS & PROFINET International).
Modern monitoring and cybersecurity of industrial networks requires a process-centric approach
Edgard Capdevielle ( Nozomi Networks, CEO )
Edgard Capdevielle is the CEO of Nozomi Networks, a leader in network monitoring and security for industrial control networks that support critical infrastructure. Previously, Mr. Capdevielle served as the Vice President of Product Management and Marketing for Imperva, where heled the teams that define the roadmaps and messaging that keep Imperva’s web and data security products as leaders in their space. Previously, he served at EMC, through the acquisition of Data Domain, leading the company’s efforts in archive storage and software. Prior to Data Domain, he served as Vice President of Products for Nirvanix- an early pioneer in cloud storage. He held senior roles at Brocade, McDATA, and Orbital Data. He received a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of California at Berkeley and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from Vanderbilt University.
Adaptive Security Architecture for ICS
Matvey Voytov ( Kaspersky Lab, Head of product marketing, Critical Infrastructure Protection Business Development )
Matvey is the business solution lead of the Critical Infrastructure Protection team, responsible
for business development and product marketing in this highly specialized sphere of cybersecurity. In Kaspersky Lab he previously held the position of head of the Corporate Product Marketing group and earlier worked as a product manager, a role in which he oversaw the launch of several successful enterprise cybersecurity products.
Matvey has over 10 years of experience as a product manager and marketer in the information security field, working in Russia’s leading IT companies, including Yandex and Kaspersky Lab.
Industrial Immune system: Using automatic learning in ICS security
Milka Kaneva ( Darktrace, Cyber Security Manager EMEA )
An international Sales and Marketing professional with broad international experience in the professional services, IT-, automotive, mechanical engineering and pharmaceutical industries. I have supported companies in expanding their activities and managing their costomer base in European, Asian, and American markets. As I speak fluently five European languages (English, German, Spanish, Russian and Bulgarian) I will be glad to support a London-based international organisation in a Sales, Channel or Account Management role.