Date: Thursday, 03 April
Time: 14:00 UTC

Webinar Overview
As the legislative and regulatory drivers around smart meter data privacy continue to take shape, the transmission of energy consumption data is coming under increased scrutiny.

Landis+Gyr have invested significant effort to enhance their Gridstream® smart grid solution to include secure communications.  This will help its customers comply with the requirements of the European Union directive on privacy and its recommendations for the rollout of smart metering systems.

In this webcast Philip Mason, a security specialist from Landis+Gyr will talk about:

  • The EU regulatory environment for smart meter security and privacy
  • Achieving interoperability in smart meter communications security
  • How using encrypted and authenticated messaging builds trust
  • The Gridstream solution secure communications implementation

The need to demonstrate trust has never been more important in smart meter rollouts as media exposure, privacy and legislative concerns rise.

This webcast will show you here and now solutions to eliminate key infrastructure vulnerabilities and ensure you implement a network your customers will trust.

Who should attend?
If you are interested in smart metering systems and work for a Distribution Service Operator, Electric Utility, Systems Integrator or Security Consultant, this webcast will give you solutions to the problem of securing meter data transmission.

Philip MasonSpeaker: Philip Mason, Senior Product Manager, Smart Energy Solutions EMEA, Landis+Gyr
Philip Mason manages security strategy within the Smart Energy Solutions group at Landis+Gyr.

As well as focusing on the design of secure energy management systems, he closely follows the developing European regulatory environment concerning smart grid privacy and cyber security.

Prior to joining Landis+Gyr in 2008, he was Head of Product Management at TDC Switzerland, responsible for integration services.

Philip holds a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cambridge, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Open University.