Thursday, 2 February 2012

Why attend the European Smart Grid Cyber Security Forum March 12th and 13th 2012?

In today's current economic climate, it is imperative to ensure your company is getting maximum return on investment, and has a clear understanding of the future threat landscape to our future grid and meter infrastructure.

So what are the benefits and solutions to attending the European Smart Grid Cyber Security Forum March 12th and 13th 2012? Here are just a few!

Networking and face to face business development is crucial. This creates trust and also provides a platform for further insight and understanding into where your organisation can leverage future business.

Our prices are less than the competitors! Many of our competitors are charging £1800 to £2999 per person.

You can SAVE between £500 and £1000 GBP with us. Our prices haven't changed, we have a solid
reputation in this market as flagship organisers, and have a track record of delivering tangible results

The EU Commission, UK Cabinet Office, Swissgrid, EDP, Alliander, Con Edison NYC, Saudi Aramco, GDF Suez, Queens University Belfast, SAIC, Symantec, IOActive and KEMA are industry leaders that you can only hear from at March's event.


How is your organisation going to mitigate risk of intrustion, secure information, protect its digital communication infrastructure and make sound business decisions on securing the infrastructure?

Learn how leading utilities and Cyber Security professionals are developing their strategies to ensure resiliency.
IT and OT convergence - understand the importance of this integration and how it affects your organisation
What are the threats of information security, how will your company mitigate the risk of attack, data breeches, employee misconduct?
Hear how to support interoperability of distributed resources
Learn best practice and effective response to current emerging threats, how to secure technology
Understand how hacking techniques work for smart meters
Are your suppliers products truly secure?

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