Cybersecurity for Smart Cities

TUESDAY 21 MARCH 2017

Separately bookable pre-conference day supported by IoTSEC

 

The Cybersecurity for Smart Cities day will focus on developing secure practices of the IoT ecosystem encompassing people, processes and technology in an urban environment. Through a series of keynotes, case studies and in-depth workshops, all in attendance will get deeper insights into the cyber challenges facing cities tomorrow and equip them with the tools to overcome them.

 

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08:30
Arrival and morning coffee
MORNING PLENARY SESSIONS
09:00
Smart cities – cyber security in a digital metropolis
  • Smart City Cyber Security trends, best practices and innovative technologies
  • Insights on the privacy issue and personal security
  • Global and local opportunities and requirements for new thinking about security

Scott Reid
Director, Smart & Connected Networks
RIoTSolutions

09:30
Securing smart cities | How to make smart cities cyber-safe

Ernest Foo
Senior Lecturer, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of Technology Australia

10:00
All the ways to hack a smart city

Chris Gatford
Director & Founder 
HackLabs

10:30
Networking break
11:00
IoT cyber security best practices to create the safest cities in the world

Lani Refiti
Co-Founder & Executive Director
IoTSEC

11:30
Detecting, responding and neutralising cyber threats before they damage your city

Bill Taylor
Vice President, LogRhythm Asia Pacific and Japan
LogRhythm

12:00
PANEL: Data security and threat modeling for smart city infrastructure

In this panel we look into security issues in smart city infrastructure from both technical and business operation perspectives and look at approaches for analysing threats and improving data security of smart city systems.

  • Intrusion detection in smart cities
  • Security architectures and models for the smart Grid
  • Monitoring, control and automation of industrial control systems
  • Wireless network security
  • Vehicular network security

Moderator:
Lani Refiti,
Co-Founder & Executive Director, IoTSEC

Panelists:
Ernest Foo, Senior Lecturer, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Queensland University of Technology 
Leon Poggioli, Regional Manager, LogRhythm
Scott Reid, Director - Smart & Connected Networks, RIoTSolutions

12:45
Closing Keynote: Smart Cities: Why collaboration is key to realising technology's promise

Catherine Caruana-McManus
Director – Sales & Strategy 
Meshed

13:15
Close of Cybersecurity for Smart Cities Day