The smart energy ecosystem goes digital and rapidly transforms into a massive and complex IoT network. This creates an increased volume of real-time digital data exchanged through a variety of connected assets - representing a critically growing cyber attack surface.

To ensure accurate grid management and billing, as well as privacy protection, the integrity and confidentiality of smart energy data is crucial. For this reason, connected meters, assets, back-ends and the data they exchange must be secured, together with system layers which were not previously considered.

Gemalto gives an overview of existing smart grid vulnerabilities and what is at stake when an infrastructure is poorly secured. 

Key discussion topics:

  • Understanding evolving vulnerabilities
  • The regulatory landscape
  • Main security principles (edge devices protection, key security pillars)
  • Recommendations for smart meter vendors and DSOs when deploying an AMI

Speakers:

Guillaume Djourabtchi, Head of IoT Solutions, Gemalto

Guillaume Djourabtchi is the Head of IoT Solutions at Gemalto, where he is responsible in building out the worldwide IoT services business, based on the company’s world leading position in cellular connectivity and digital security. Guillaume is an international business specialist and expert in the telecom and IoT sector. His team’s work revolves around enabling a trusted and scalable IoT ecosystem with out-of-the-box, cost effective, yet, secure IoT services. He holds a Master in Business From Edhec Business School.

Fabien Séheux, IoT Security Marketing Manager, Gemalto

Fabien Séheux is Marketing Manager for IoT Security within Gemalto, the worldwide leader in digital security. With nearly twenty years working with Gemalto, he has worked in different positions and combines strong knowledge in the fields of enterprise and IoT security. From an engineering background (MSc), Fabien has moved toward marketing and business development roles after holding an MBA in Change Management. Before joining Gemalto, Fabien was working as a senior consultant for RSA Security (now part of DELL).