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EUTC – Cybersecurity Workshop
November 13, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
EUTC invites you to a special one-day Cybersecurity Workshop on November 13 in Paris. This event will occur during the same time as European Utility Week, November 12-14, also in Paris.
New cybersecurity regulation, new threats, and new technology mean that the future will not resemble the past. Now is a key time for European utilities and their technology partners to plan their cybersecurity programs for the next decade.
Join EUTC and its members as we explore the changing world of cybersecurity, and to understand how utilities can survive this new reality. This one-day workshop will include sessions on compliance with the European Union’s Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive, supply chain risk, cases studies of utility cybersecurity deployments, and how to match the appropriate level of security to different asset types. Utilities and technology providers that need to optimize smart grid cybersecurity will especially benefit from this workshop.
Registrations are as follows:
- EUTC utility member: €200.00
- Non-Member utility: €300.00
- EUTC associate member: €450.00
- Non-Member vendor: €1,000 (second person can register for free)
To register, follow the link here.
The program is available here.
EUTC is launching a Partner Program for the remainder of 2019 through December of 2020. This program will offer you registrations to our events, promotion in our materials and engagement opportunities all year long for one Annual Fee. You can find the link to the spreadsheet of the plan HERE that outlines the cost and benefits associated with each package under the tabs in the spreadsheet. For more information, please contact Cheryl Stratos.
EUTC held a Cybersecurity workshop in Paris on 13 November 2019. This one-day workshop included discussions on compliance with the European Union’s Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive, supply chain risk, case studies of utility cybersecurity deployments, and how to match the appropriate level of security to different asset types.
Read the full report here