On June 30, Cyber Security for Critical Assets (CS4CA) World summit will bring together senior security leaders from 76-plus countries worldwide in a collaborative effort to safeguard their critical assets and infrastructure.
According to the global state of industrial cyber security, 28% of security leaders expect to see a successful cyberattack carried out on their countries infrastructure within the next two years, with a further 13% anticipating a successful attack before the end of 2020.
With this in mind, the CS4CA World agenda is designed to revive, and reconnect the critical infrastructure community worldwide. The unique, 24-hour online event will follow the movement of the sun — starting with expert speakers in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region and transitioning throughout the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Europe, Latin American (LatAm), and the U.S.
Around 50 thought leaders representing IT and OT security arms of major organizations across the world’s oil and gas, energy, utility, power, water, chemical, and mining industries will deliver four hours of content in each region.
Speakers will host a series of interactive panel debates and participate in live Q&As, presenting case studies to spark discussions around IT-OT integration, risk management for critical systems, ICS/SCADA security, and more.
The lineup includes:
- Michael Jacobs, principal ICS security architect at Saudi Aramco (MENA)
- Yosi Shavit, head of ICS cyber security at Ministry of Environmental Protection (EUR)
- Marco Antonio Cabrera Ovando, CISO at GeoPark (LatAm)
- Pedro Serrano, CISO at Grand River Dam Authority (U.S.)
- Dan Wittig, CISO at Louisiana Pacific Corp. (U.S.)
Attendees can connect with cybersecurity innovators in the virtual exhibition hall.
Ask questions, compare solutions, and download content from CS4CA World for up to 30 days after the event.