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TUESDAY 15th OCTOBER

Physical Security Track

9.00am-10.30am
Emerging Threats for CI
The ever changing nature of threats, whether natural, through climate change, or man-made through terrorism activities and insider threats, means the need to continually review and update policies, practices and technologies to meet these growing demands. But what are those emerging threats and how can we identify, monitor and manage their levels of potential damage?

The Conceptual Framework for Hybrid Threats – Georg Peter, Head of Unit Technology Innovation in Security, Joint Research Centre, European Commission

Hybrid Threats on CI – Dr. Gordan Akrap, President, Hybrid Warfare Research Institute

dott.ssa Clemente, head of Unit, QUESTURA di Milano*

Threats of Changing Climate on CI – Vincenzo ROMEO, Tenente Colonnello Carabinieri Forestale (Lieutenant Colonel Forester Section)*

Martin Bennett, Managing Director, Global Infrastructure Practice, Marsh & McLennan Companies, UK*

Cyber Security Track

9.00am-10.30am
Cyber Security Regulations, Legislation & Standards
As the threat of cyber-attacks by state actors grows ever higher and attacks by criminals and malicious rogue players continues unabated the need to put in place robust legislation and standards and best practice becomes all the more urgent.

The Impact on the Implementation of the NIS Directive – Roberto Baldoni, Deputy Director of the Department for Security Information (DIS) – Italian Cybersec Agency*

Massimo Rocca, Chairman, EE-ISAC

Vivian Loonela, Member of Cabinet, Digital Single Market, European Commission*

Dr. Donatella Proto, Manager, Division III – Network security and communications protection, Directorate-General for electronic communications, broadcasting and postal services, Ministry of Economic Development*


11.15am-12.30pm
Latest Technologies for Critical Infrastructure and Critical Asset Protection

From layered solutions to space based CI, as we rely more heavily on technologies and satellites for communications, navigation, observation and detection, the requirement to ensure that ground and space based systems are both secure and resilient becomes more urgent. What new technologies are emerging to secure physical and space based environments?

Gabriele Giunta, Head of Smart Transportation and Infrastructure R&D Unit at ENGINEERING INGEGNERIA INFORMATICA SPA, Italy*

A digital platform for the management of Critical infrastructure crisis – Mariarosa Marchetti/Marco Ogliari ICT Regione Lombardia

Dr. Athanasios Sfetsos, Project Manager, EU Circle

Combining physical security, safety and operational efficiency for Critical Infrastructure – Senior Representative, Abloy

Piera Di Vito, Senior Ground Systems Engineer, Ground Segment Engineering Support Office, Downstream Business Applications Department, European Centre for Space Applications and Telecommunications

11.15am-12.30pm
The Developing Cyber Threat Environment
The ability to monitor the cyber threats to CNI can greatly assist the operators and agencies better prepare their defences against cyber attacks on systems and information/data. What is the latest strategic perspective on cyber monitoring and cyber defences for enhancing CIIP?

Fabio Panada, Senior Security Consultant, CISCO

The Quantum Computer Threat to Critical Infrastructure – Paul Lucier, VP, Business Development, ISARA Corporation, USA

Marek Stanislawski, Deputy Global Head of Cyber and Tech PI, AGCS (Allianz)*

Andre Leitao, Cybersecurity Expert, EDP Distribuicao , Portugal*

Sheraz Ali, Executive Director, European Cyber Resilience Research Network (ECRRN)


2.00pm-3.30pm
Crisis Coordination, Management & Response

Planning and preparation is the key to ensuring that CI and venue operators have the right equipment, processes and procedures in place to respond in the event of an emergency. Coordination and information sharing is essential for situational awareness and can improve the planning process. How do we better coordinate and co-operate to enhance protection and resilience.

Cross-border collaboration for the governance of CI resilience: the case of transport infrastructure between Italy and Switzerland – Alessandra Mondini/Carmela Melzi Regione Lombardia

Dr. Christopher Rodriguez, Director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management for the City of Washington DC, USA

Crisis Management – Francesco Morelli, CSO, Terna and Representative AIPSA

How business continuity management (BCM) contributes to building resilience – Gianluca Riglietti, Head of Research & Intelligence, Panta Ray

Head of Security, Milan Football Stadium*

2.00pm-3.30pm
Strategies and Collaboration in Cyber Defence
To prevent catastrophic disruption or collapse of critical infrastructure CNI operators must develop the strategies, procedures, controls and co-operation to ensure resilience against cyber threats and attacks.

Cybersecurity Implications in The Building Commissioning Process – Dr Bharadwaj Mantha, Post Doctoral Research Associate, New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Integrated cyber-physical security for health services: The SAFECARE approach – Ilias Gkotsis, Associate Researcher, Center for Security Studies (KEMEA), Greece

Rethink AI: Insight in threat behaviour through Machine Intelligence and Information Fusion – Charl van der Merwe, Director, Cyberupt BV, The Netherlands

Ake Holmgren, Head of Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection, Swedish Civil Contingencies (MSB)*


4.15pm-5.30pm
PPP & Collaboration in CIP

With many critical infrastructures in the hands of private organisations, how does the responsibility of security and resilience lie between government, with public accountability to keep them safe, secure and operational 24/7, and the private operator, with additional responsibilities towards shareholders? How can improving the communication between the public sector and private sector enhance protection and can incentives be employed to better engage private owners into PPP?

PPP for Videosurveillance of CI – Prof. Roberto Setola, Complex Systems & Security Lab, Unicampus Rome

The PPP in Lombardy Region: origin and development – Andrea Zaccone/Carmela Melzi Regione Lombardia

From MIRACLE to CIRINT: the growth of international network for the Critical Infrastructure resilience/protection – James Urquhart Scottish Government /Andrea Zaccone Regione Lombardia

Collaborative awareness – Malcolm Warr, Chairman, CNI Scotland

Dr. Massimo Bertoncini, Project Manager, Defender Project

Jim Platt, Director of the PNT program, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, National Risk Management Center, DHS*

4.15pm-5.30pm
IT/OT Integration, Scada/ICS & AI

With increasing use of SCADA systems and the modernisation of smart grid and other industry systems utilising IT, how can the Operation Technology (OT) domain remain totally secure with greater access from internet insecurity? How can Artificial Intelligence play a contributing role in CIP?

Practical Industrial Cyber Security Enhancements for CIP – Cevn Vibert, Vibert Solutions

OT Security Governance – how to effectively manage OT organization and cooperation with IT – Piotr Ciepiela, Associate Partner, OT/IoT Security & Critical Infrastructure Leader, EY

AI Disruptive Co-Mining® technology for Critical Infrastructure Monitoring – Martine Naillon, CEO, Co-Decision Technology, France

Blockchain and the system-of-systems – transformations and consequences – Alexandru Georgescu, Researcher, ROMSPACE – Romanian Association for Space Technology and Industry

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