VI International Congress of Industrial Cybersecurity, 17 & 18 May 2016 Hotel Mercure Santiago Centro, Santiago de Chile (CHILE)

May 17 and 18, 2016

We celebrated our VI International Congress of Industrial Cyber Security, and after the success achieved in the previous five (three in Madrid, one in Bogotá and one in Buenos Aires) has become the quality of its contents and speakers at the most important international conference on the subject in the Hipano-speaking world.

This conference is part of key activity Industrial Cyber Security Center (ICC), as a reference event for the market as a meeting and exchange of knowledge, experiences and relationships of all stakeholders in this area.

This fifth event will be held at the Hotel MERCURE SANTIAGO CENTRO de Santiago de Chile (CHILE) on 17 and 18, May and around it a pre conference workshops that complement the topics discussed in it are organized.

During the conference there will be simultaneous translation and all the contents of the congress will be accessible later through exclusive recordings for attendees.

Agenda

Schedule

  • 17/05/2016
    Welcome and Presentation of the Congress
    José Valiente ( Industrial Cybersecurity Center, Director and Head of Coordination and Communication )

    Jose Valiente is Director and Responsible Coordination and Communication Center Cyber Security Industry. Specialist Security Technology and consultancy. He has 20 years of experience working in large and multiple certifications consulting solutions and IT security vendors and ISACA CISM certification, and Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional (GICSP) GIAC

  • 17/05/2016
    Industrial cybersecurity status in Chile
    Gabriel Bergel ( DreamLab Technologie, Industrial Cybersecurity Center, Coordinator )
    Computer Engineering and Computer Science at the University Andres Bello. CISSP certified by (ISC) 2 since 2006. Certified ISO 27001 Lead Auditor BSI since 2007.
    CBCP certified by DRI since 2009. Certified by ISACA CISM since June 2010. Certificate C | CISO by EC-Council since February 2013. He is now a member of LAAC (Latin American Advisory Council) of (ISC) 2, Coordinator Industrial Cyber ​​Security Center (ICC), President of the Chilean chapter of ISSA and (ISC) 2 also Founder and Organizer 8.8 Computer Security Conference.
  • 17/05/2016
    National Cyber ​​Security Policy in Chile
    Daniel Álvarez Valenzuela ( Undersecretary of Defense Ministry of National Defense, cybersecurity adviser )
    Lawyer. Bachelor of Law and Social Sciences, Diploma in Computer Law and Master in Public Law, all from the University of Chile.
    Executive Secretary of the Interministerial Committee on Cybersecurity. Advisor to the Undersecretary of Defense in Cybersecurity and cyber defense.
    He is currently Professor of Law and Technology at the Faculty of Law of the University of Chile and Coordinator of Research Center for Studies in Computer Law. Founder and General Editor of the Chilean Law and Technology. Founder of Digital Rights NGO. He previously served as Legislative Counsel of the Minister of Culture, Government of Chile (National Council for Culture and the Arts) for the period 2006 – 2010. Co-author of the draft amendments to the copyright law that gave rise to the No. 20 Law. 435 intellectual property.
  • 17/05/2016
    Integrated management of network security IT and OT
    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.

  • 17/05/2016
    Future of Industrial Technology
    Patrick Miller ( Archer Energy Solutions, LLC, Energy Sector Security Consortium, Fundador )

    Patrick Miller is one of Forbes’ 20 Cyber Policy Experts To Follow On Twitter and one of Smart Grid Today’s 50 Smart Grid Pioneers of 2015. He is a trusted independent advisor dedicated to the protection and defense of critical infrastructures around the globe. He is currently a Managing Partner at Archer Energy Solutions, as well as founder, director and president emeritus of EnergySec, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focusing on information sharing, situational awareness and security workforce development for the Energy industry. Patrick’s diverse background spans Government, Telecommunications, Financial Services and Energy verticals including key positions with regulatory agencies, utility asset owners and private consulting firms.

  • 17/05/2016
    Control and Monitoring? or simply uncontrol?
    Claudio Caracciolo ( Eleven Path (Telefónica), Chief Security Ambassador )

    Coordinator Industrial Cyber Security Center in Argentina. Specialist Consultant Information Security international certifications. Computer Forensics professor at the Higher Institute of Public Security (ISSP). Member of associations related to the environment such as: ISSA International, OWASP, Usuaria, Argentina Safe Video, member of the academic committee Segurinfo from 2007 to the present. Speaker in a lot of national and international and instructor on topics related to Ethical Hacking, Methodologies Defense Hardering Platforms, Web Security, Anti-Forensics Techniques events.

  • 17/05/2016
    Identifying roles and relationships in IEC 62443
    Gabriel Faifman ( Wurldtech, Director of Strategic Programs )

    He brings diverse experience and expansive knowledge as Director, Manager and Senior Consultant in Information Systems, Operational Technology, Critical Infrastructure and Network Security in the industrial sector. Gabe is also serving as a Subject. Matter Expert (SME) for the TC65 WG10 on the IEC 62443-2-4 international standards project.

    For more than 25 years, Gabe has designed; deployed and operated automation and security infrastructure projects in Power Generation; Power Distribution; Oil & Gas and Food & Beverage industries. In the transportation sector, Gabe worked for Vancouver Airport, where he led security planning and operations in advance of, and during, the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. As a senior member of British Columbia Hydro’s Operations Security Team, Gabe was responsible for architecture design and deployment risk assessments.

  • 18/05/2016
    Welcome and Presentation of the working day
    Miguel García-Menéndez ( Industrial Cybersecurity Center, Responsible corporate governance and strategy )
    Computer Engineer from the University of Oviedo (Spain) initiated the referred path between Synoptics (HMI) of steel processing facilities and control algorithms (MES) for the Spanish and Latin American steel industry, leading the area of Computer Process of engineering, where he was also CIO.
    Has the following certifications, 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 Assessor COBIT, COBIT Foundation Trainer, Trainer Implementation COBIT COBIT Assessor and Trainer, awarded by ISACA
  • 18/05/2016
    Seguridad Integral aplicada a los Sistemas Industriales
    Pedro Jose Novoa ( Aguas Andinas, Jefe de Seguridad Lógica )

    Pedro José Novoa Johnson, Ingeniero en Computación e Informática de la Universidad Andrés Bello, ha trabajado en Seguridad de la Información en empresas nacionales y multinacionales, participando en la implementación y posterior certificación de las normas ISO 27.001 e ISO 20.000.

    Actualmente se desempeña como Jefe de Seguridad Lógica en Aguas Andinas, responsable de la Seguridad de Tecnologías de la Información y Tecnologías de la Operación.

  • 18/05/2016
    RTUs & PLCs Hacking Ethical
    Oscar Lage, Ander Juaristi ( Tecnalia, Lead Industrial Cybersecurity Researchers )

    researchers industrial cybersecurity within the business area of IT Competitiveness in the ICT-European Software Institute Division of TECNALIA. They have participated in several European projects related to industrial cyber security, convergence between physical and logical systems, embedded systems and web security.

  • 18/05/2016
    Experiences of a case of a energy company
    Nora Alzua ( Coordinadora de CCI, Miembro académico de Usuaria )

    Consultant information security. CISM and CISA certifications. It has been for 13 years Chief Information Security in Edesur (Argentina). Segurinfo former President and current member of the academic committee. Co-organizer of the event Doing-Blue

  • 18/05/2016
    Ciberseguridad en entornos IT y OT
    Francisco Javier Robayo ( Check Point, Security Engineering Manager Latino América )

    Profesional de Cyberseguridad y Consultor de Seguridad Informática con más 10 años de experiencia en el sector.

    Responsable de la estrategia de ingeniería Check Point en la región. Catedrático universitario de Sistemas de Gestión de Seguridad Informática. Instructor de entrenamientos de Seguridad Informática y Consultor de seguridad para proyectos de Ciberseguridad en Latino América.

  • 18/05/2016
    Reverse engineering automation systems
    Joaquín Rodríguez Varela ( Core Security, Researcher )

    Profesional que ha trabajado por más de 9 años en el entorno de seguridad de la información especializado en la investigación y análisis de malware . Ha estudiado Ingeniería Informática en la Universidad de Buenos Aires UBA , Argentina , y desde entonces se he dedicado a tratar de hacer de Internet un lugar más seguro. Ha participado en multitud de foros y eventos, impartiendo cursos en todo Latinoamérica en diferentes universidades y conferencias de seguridad

Ponentes

Speakers

  • Daniel Álvarez Valenzuela
    Cybersecurity Adviser
    Undersecretary of Defense Ministry of National Defense
    Lawyer. Bachelor of Law and Social Sciences, Diploma in Computer Law and Master in Public Law, all from the University of Chile.
    Executive Secretary of the Interministerial Committee on Cybersecurity. Advisor to the Undersecretary of Defense in Cybersecurity and cyber defense.
    He is currently Professor of Law and Technology at the Faculty of Law of the University of Chile and Coordinator of Research Center for Studies in Computer Law. Founder and General Editor of the Chilean Law and Technology. Founder of Digital Rights NGO. He previously served as Legislative Counsel of the Minister of Culture, Government of Chile (National Council for Culture and the Arts) for the period 2006 – 2010. Co-author of the draft amendments to the copyright law that gave rise to the No. 20 Law. 435 intellectual property.
  • Nora Alzua
    Coordinator, academic committee member
    CCI

    Consultant information security. CISM and CISA certifications. It has been for 13 years Chief Information Security in Edesur (Argentina). Segurinfo former President and current member of the academic committee. Co-organizer of the event Doing-Blue

  • Gabriel Bergel
    CSA de Eleven Path, Coordinador de CCI
    CSO de Dreamlab Technologies
    Computer Engineering and Computer Science at the University Andres Bello. CISSP certified by (ISC) 2 since 2006. Certified ISO 27001 Lead Auditor BSI since 2007.
    CBCP certified by DRI since 2009. Certified by ISACA CISM since June 2010. Certificate C | CISO by EC-Council since February 2013. He is now a member of LAAC (Latin American Advisory Council) of (ISC) 2, Coordinator Industrial Cyber ​​Security Center (ICC), President of the Chilean chapter of ISSA and (ISC) 2 also Founder and Organizer 8.8 Computer Security Conference.
  • Marc Blackmer
    Industrial Security Services Director
    CISCO

    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.

  • Claudio Caracciolo
    Chief Security Ambassador
    Eleven Path (Telefónica)

    Coordinator Industrial Cyber Security Center in Argentina. Specialist Consultant Information Security international certifications. Computer Forensics professor at the Higher Institute of Public Security (ISSP). Member of associations related to the environment such as: ISSA International, OWASP, Usuaria, Argentina Safe Video, member of the academic committee Segurinfo from 2007 to the present. Speaker in a lot of national and international and instructor on topics related to Ethical Hacking, Methodologies Defense Hardering Platforms, Web Security, Anti-Forensics Techniques events.

  • Gabriel Faifman
    Director of Strategic Programs
    Wurldtech

    He brings diverse experience and expansive knowledge as Director, Manager and Senior Consultant in Information Systems, Operational Technology, Critical Infrastructure and Network Security in the industrial sector. Gabe is also serving as a Subject. Matter Expert (SME) for the TC65 WG10 on the IEC 62443-2-4 international standards project.

    For more than 25 years, Gabe has designed; deployed and operated automation and security infrastructure projects in Power Generation; Power Distribution; Oil & Gas and Food & Beverage industries. In the transportation sector, Gabe worked for Vancouver Airport, where he led security planning and operations in advance of, and during, the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. As a senior member of British Columbia Hydro’s Operations Security Team, Gabe was responsible for architecture design and deployment risk assessments.

  • Miguel García-Menéndez
    Responsible corporate governance and strategy
    Centro de Ciberseguridad Industrial
    Computer Engineer from the University of Oviedo (Spain) initiated the referred path between Synoptics (HMI) of steel processing facilities and control algorithms (MES) for the Spanish and Latin American steel industry, leading the area of Computer Process of engineering, where he was also CIO.
    Has the following certifications, 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 Assessor COBIT, COBIT Foundation Trainer, Trainer Implementation COBIT COBIT Assessor and Trainer, awarded by ISACA
  • Ander Juaristi
    Cybersecurity Researcher
    Tecnalia

    Ander Juaristi Cybersecurity is a researcher at Tecnalia. As a member of cybersecurity has participated in research projects as WhiteZone, SWEPT, DroneFS and Cibernoid. His research interests include network security, communication protocols and distributed systems. He is a member of the GNU project which regularly and actively contributes to various free software projects.

  • Oscar Lage
    Senior Researcher and Project Director
    Tecnalia

    Researcher on Security 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”

  • Patrick Miller
    Archer Energy Solutions, LLC
    Energy Sector Security Consortium, Founder

    Patrick Miller is one of Forbes’ 20 Cyber Policy Experts To Follow On Twitter and one of Smart Grid Today’s 50 Smart Grid Pioneers of 2015. He is a trusted independent advisor dedicated to the protection and defense of critical infrastructures around the globe. He is currently a Managing Partner at Archer Energy Solutions, as well as founder, director and president emeritus of EnergySec, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focusing on information sharing, situational awareness and security workforce development for the Energy industry. Patrick’s diverse background spans Government, Telecommunications, Financial Services and Energy verticals including key positions with regulatory agencies, utility asset owners and private consulting firms.

  • Pedro José Novoa
    Jefe de Seguridad Lógica
    Aguas Andinas

    Pedro José Novoa Johnson, Ingeniero en Computación e Informática de la Universidad Andrés Bello, ha trabajado en Seguridad de la Información en empresas nacionales y multinacionales, participando en la implementación y posterior certificación de las normas ISO 27.001 e ISO 20.000.

    Actualmente se desempeña como Jefe de Seguridad Lógica en Aguas Andinas, responsable de la Seguridad de Tecnologías de la Información y Tecnologías de la Operación.

  • Francisco Javier Robayo
    Security Engineering Manager Latino América
    Chek Point

    Profesional de Cyberseguridad y Consultor de Seguridad Informática con más 10 años de experiencia en el sector.

    Responsable de la estrategia de ingeniería Check Point en la región. Catedrático universitario de Sistemas de Gestión de Seguridad Informática. Instructor de entrenamientos de Seguridad Informática y Consultor de seguridad para proyectos de Ciberseguridad en Latino América.

  • Joaquín Rodríguez Varela
    Researcher
    Core Security

    Professional who has worked for more than 9 years in the security environment specializing in research and analysis of malware information. He studied Computer Engineering at the University of Buenos Aires UBA, Argentina, and since then I’ve spent trying to make the Internet a safer place. He has participated in many forums and events throughout Latin America teaching courses at universities and conferences security.

  • José Valiente Pérez
    Director
    Centro de Ciberseguridad Industrial

    Jose Valiente is Director and Responsible Coordination and Communication Center Cyber Security Industry. Specialist Security Technology and consultancy. He has 20 years of experience working in large and multiple certifications consulting solutions and IT security vendors and ISACA CISM certification, and Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional (GICSP) GIAC

Talleres

Main Host

  • 16 de mayo
    Pre-Congress Workshops (350 US$)

    9:00 – 18:00h: Application of ISA99 (IEC62443)

    The lack of specific standards to address cybersecurity management in industrial control systems, and especially to manage the risks arising from the possible materialisation of cyberthreats that impact severely on those systems, has led us to develop a guide to build a SGCI (System Management Industrial Cybersecurity) based on ISA99 (IEC 62443) and ISO 27001 and 27002, and which becomes a fundamental tool to efficiently manage, continuously, and aligned with the needs the organization and third parties related to it, the risks to the availability, integrity and confidentiality of information managed by said industrial control systems.

    In this workshop a case of using an industrial facility types will be presented to implement the ISA99 (IEC 62443.

    Presenters: José Valiente (CCI), Miguel García-Menéndez (CCI)  ( Price: 350 US$ )

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May 17 and 18, 2016
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