Watch this recorded session if you want to hear from industry and standards bodies experts about practical and implemented solutions to protect the smart grid.

Energy supply, your customer’s personal information, your revenue stream and your operation efficiency are all threatened by cyber attackers. How can you be better prepared?

Find out how to keep pace with changing legislation, regulation, threats from cyber-criminals and consumer expectations when implementing and maintaining your smart grid.

What you will learn:

-About practical solutions to keep your smart grid secure.
-Of the importance of securing the information created by smart meters.
-How cyberattacks can jeopardize the flow of energy to those that need it.
-More about leading edge security regulation.
-How cyberattacks affected utilities during the pandemic.
-How utilities can successfully detect and respond to cyberattacks in low voltage grid.

Moderator: Claire Volkwyn, Editor, Smart Energy International

Panel:

  • Mark Ossel | Vice-President, Global Alliances and Strategic Partnerships, NES
    Board Member OSGP Alliance
  • Oleksandr Kabachynskyi | Head Of System Administration & Information Security, JSC Khmelnytskoblenergo
  • Emil Gurevitch | Senior Security Architect, NES
  • Jon Wells | Vice President, Customer Solutions, NES