This event will take place on May 6 -7, 2021. Renewable Energy needs a common understanding of cyber threats and mitigation strategies to protect against the internal and external threats which could result in reduced energy production and economic losses.. The lack of standards, insufficient board level understanding of cyber threats, legacy assets and new technology pose important challenges for cyber security professionals Participants at this event will learn about cyber security strategies and recommendations, cyber hygiene, implementation of risk management schemes and regulatory issues.
Cyberattacks on energy companies are becoming more common and the need to protect renewable energy assets from cyber-attacks is of paramount importance in today’s digital era. Cybersecurity poses a serious challenge for renewables operators and the industry is realizing the criticality of cybersecurity in holistic asset resilience. Digital transformation in renewables involves disruptive approaches, new technologies and innovations, and will require new architectures, new business models and thinking around cybersecurity
Through panel discussions and case studies participants can learn how key players in the renewable energy sector have been able to stay resilient, invest in the right technology and convince their stakeholders that cyber security is a high priority concern.
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