Summit Schedule

DATE

TIME (Timezone CET)

SESSIONS

24 November 2020

09:00  - 10:00

Information Desk Open & Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

 

10:00 - 12:30

Live General Session

 

12:30 - 13:00

Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

25 November 2020

09:00 - 10:00

Information Desk Open & Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

 

10:00 - 12:00

Sub-industry Tracks:

  • Manufacturing
  • Oil & Gas
  • Power & Utilities
  • Smart Infrastructure
  • Transportation & Logistics
 

12:00 - 12:30 (CET)

Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

Detailed agenda

24 November 2020

Time

Session

09:00

Information Desk Open & Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

10:00

Welcome and Introductions

David Kurk, Moderator

10:05

Innovation Through Disruption

The best plans can be upended in a moment. Disruption can have negative effects, but it can also spur positive change. We celebrate this with the theme of our event: Innovation Through Disruption

Joe Sarno, SVP International Emerging & APJ, Head of OT, Fortinet

10:15

Keynote: The Year of Disruption

“Innovation through Disruption” ... how is the OT cyber security technology evolving in current times. The ICS and ICS security community has traditionally been resistant to change. While this impulse is unlikely to change, a variety of business drivers and unexpected events are disrupting decade long practices. In this session, Dale will talk about the causes of and opportunities with this disruption. It is an opportunity to make a leap forward that will reduce risk and improve key business metrics.

Dale Peterson, OT Industry Evangelist - Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Expert

10:40

Managing Disruption: Defense-in-Depth for Securing OT

In these disruptive times Industrial Asset Owners and System Integrators recognize the need to enhance the security of their OT systems. This session will outline how Fortinet brings many years of experience to resolving the problems of visibility, control, and defense in depth of the OT environment

Antoine D'Haussy, OT Business Development Director, Fortinet

11:00

Situational Awareness Isn't Enough: A Panel Discussion on Responding to OT Attacks

Asset inventory and threat detection are key in OT, but how do we deal effectively with threat response and provide useful actionable information to SOC teams, be it OT or Enterprise SOC? What about IoT vulnerability management within the OT perimeter? What does it mean to have orchestrated security in the cloud era? To answer these questions, this panel will bring together a number of Tier 1 visibility vendors and Fortinet to address integrating cybersecurity with the OT security requirements of real-time identification, protection, detection, and response in an integrated and automated manner.

Andrea Carcano, Co-founder and Chief Product Officer, Nozomi Networks
Ben Miller, VP Threat Operations Center, Dragos
Michael Rothschild, Senior Director of Marketing, Tenable
Emanuel Salmoma, General Manager EMEA, Claroty
René Delbé, Microsoft Global Black Belt IoT/OT Security


Antoine D'Haussy, OT Business Development Director, Fortinet
David Kurk, Moderator

11:40

Threat Trends Targeting Internet-Connected OT

A growing number of cyberthreats are directed at OT targets including targeted ransomware attacks.  In addition, according to Mitre ATT&CK there are 70+ known evasion techniques that adversaries have at their disposal to circumvent your security controls. In this presentation, we will discuss the latest threat trends we are observing as we sift through the 8 billion daily security events, we received within FortiGuard Labs.  This information is intended as a guide to help you better focus your security efforts.

Tony Giandomenico, Practice Director – Digital Forensics and Incident Response, Fortinet

12:00

Technology and the Future: BMW Motorsport E-Racing

Cybersecurity is only one of the many modern electric and electronic technologies. In transportation, electric vehicles are gaining ground, and Formula E racing is on the cutting edge of this technology. Fortinet is a proud sponsor of the BMW Motorsports Formula E racing team. Jens Marquardt, President of BMW Motorsports, will join us discuss the technology, challenges, and excitement of this racing circuit, and the environmental and sustainability advances it is leading us towards.

Jens Marquardt, Director of BMW Motorsport
Joe Sarno, SVP International Emerging & APJ, Head of OT, Fortinet

12:20

Final Thoughts

David Kurk, Moderator

12:30

Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

25 November 2020

Time

Session

09:00

Information Desk Open & Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

10:00

Welcome and Introductions

10:05

Digital and Security Trends in the Manufacturing Sector

Manufacturing organizations manage critical operations at their factories and plants. To optimize business processes and production costs, many of these organizations are adopting smart and advanced manufacturing capabilities including internet-based technologies. Although this transformation brings many business benefits, it has numerous cybersecurity implications, including public safety. This session will highlight the key cybersecurity challenges of digital innovation in the manufacturing industry.

Dirk Benecke, Sr. Director Enterprise Architecture Strategic Accounts, Fortinet

10:25

A Schneider Case-Study: Securing the Manufacturing Industry Digital Infrastructure by using Fortinet

OT system deployments involve multiple disciplines, requirements, and require more rigor than typical projects. Add the requirement to ensure security during deployment further complicates the task. This session will review some of the essential considerations to support cybersecurity within an OT system deployment. We will use examples to illustrate a multi-disciplinary approach and best practices to reduce risk on your next implementation.

Gary Williams, Global Director - Cybersecurity Services Offer Leader, Schneider Electric

10:55

Defence-in-Depth Security for Critical Manufacturing

Manufacturing organizations heavily rely on intelligent and internet-enabled technologies to achieve advanced and smart manufacturing capabilities. While these technologies provide many automation benefits, they are prone to numerous security threats and expose smart manufacturing environments to cyber-risks. In this session, find out how an integrated security platform from Fortinet, based on a defence-in-depth approach, can help manufacturing organizations overcome their security challenges without introducing operational complexities.

Poh Chang Chew, Consulting Systems Engineer, Fortinet

11:25

Wrap up

12:00

Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

25 November 2020

Time

Session

09:00

Information Desk Open & Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

10:00

Welcome and Introductions

10:05

Digital and Security Trends in the Oil & Gas Sector

Oil & Gas industries operate one of the most critical infrastructures in the world. Rising consumer demands and volatile markets have driven oil and gas industries to leverage digital innovation. The surge in the digitization of the oil and gas industry enables it to offer real-time services, facilitating timely decision-making and providing a competitive edge in the market. Although modern automation and digitization has brought many benefits, it has also introduced new security challenges and most importantly regulatory compliance challenges requiring oil & gas industries to implement cyber-physical defenses. This session will highlight key trends and security challenges in the oil & gas sector.

Aasef Iqbal, Sr. Specialist – OT Cybersecurity, Fortinet

10:25

A Baker Hughes Case-Study: Securing Oil & Gas Digital Infrastructure using Fortinet

Baker Hughes deploys state-of-the-art digital solutions for the oil and natural gas industry. The digital solutions enable oil and gas industries to achieve better productivity and process optimization across different streams. The digital solutions also enable efficient and time critical communications between different segments within the oil & gas operations whether it's upstream or downstream. These state-of-the-art digital solutions are prime targets for malicious actors who want to disrupt the critical business operations and cause damages to the infrastructure and economy. To meet customer satisfaction, securing these infrastructures from cyber-threats is a key objective of Baker Hughes. Find out in this session how Baker Hughes is using Fortinet security technologies to secure the critical oil & gas digital infrastructure.

Matt Leipnik, Lead Industrial Cyber Security Specialist (Europe), Baker Hughes

10:55

Defence-in-Depth Security for Oil and Gas

The surge in the digitization of the oil and gas industry has made it to offer real-time services to markets and enable timely decisions in the current competitive market. While digitization offers many modern services, it's prone to cyber-attacks, such as denial of service, and made it an attractive target for malicious actors. Cyber-attacks in the digital oil and gas industry lead to serious consequences including disruption of upstream, midstream, and downstream processes and operations. The digital oil and gas industry has unique challenges and security requirements including compliance with regulatory frameworks. In this session, find out how Fortinet’s integrated security platform, based on a defence-in-depth approach, can help the digital oil and gas industry overcome their security challenges.

Aasef Iqbal, Sr. Specialist – OT Cybersecurity, Fortinet

11:25

Wrap up

12:00

Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

25 November 2020

Time

Session

09:00

Information Desk Open & Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

10:00

Welcome and Introductions

10:05

Digital and Security Trends in the Power & Utilities Sector

Disruption in the power & utilities sector is happening at a rapid pace. TSOs and DSOs are embarking on the journey of modernizing their power grid networks and related infrastructure and transforming it into Smart Grid. Likewise, power substations are being transformed with the latest technologies to support modern grid requirements. The power grids in the world are now more connected than ever before enabling the use of distributed and renewable energy resources for power generation at a lower cost. The Power sector is the most critical sector in the world and provides essential services to communities. While transformation of traditional power networks into Smart Grid has many benefits, it has many security, public safety and even national security challenges. This session will highlight key trends and security challenges in the power & utilities sector.

Antoine D'Haussy, OT Business Development Director, Fortinet

10:25

A GE Case-Study: Securing Power & Utilities Digital Infrastucture using Fortinet

GE has witnessed an increase in the roll out of digital power plants and modern utility infrastructure around the globe. To meet the demands of the modern and connected world, GE provides sophisticated digital solutions to its customers, enabling automation and process efficiency. Securing these digital infrastructures from cyber-threats and ensuring their safety, integrity, and availability, the GE digital solutions is of prime importance for GE. Find out in this session how GE uses Fortinet technologies to secure its digital solutions and meet customer cybersecurity requirements.

Timo Waschewitz, Head of Product Management and Industrial Cybersecurity, GE Steam Power Automation and Controls

10:55

Defence-in-Depth Security for Power & Utilities

Modern power and utilities organizations are relying on intelligent and internet-enabled technologies to achieve advanced and smart automation capabilities to support technologies like Smart Grid. While these technologies provide many automation benefits, they are prone to numerous security threats and expose the power & utilities infrastructure to cyber-risks that can endanger public safety and national security. Nations are stepping up and heightening security requirements for power & utilities sector through various regulations. Fortinet defence-in-depth approach is based on industry standards and meets regulatory compliance requirements. In this session, find out how an integrated security platform from Fortinet, based on defence-in-depth approach, can help power and utilities organizations overcome their security challenges without introducing operational complexities and lower the total cost of ownership (TCO) for security implementation.

Aasef Iqbal, Sr. Specialist – OT Cybersecurity, Fortinet

11:25

Wrap up

12:00

Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

25 November 2020

Time

Session

09:00

Information Desk Open & Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

10:00

Welcome and Introductions

10:05

Digital and Security Trends for Smart Infrastructure

Smart Infrastructures have become part of daily life and we have become heavily dependent on them. While these infrastructures offer many benefits to its users, they also offer several business benefits to the infrastructure service providers. The service providers and users rely on intelligent and internet-enabled connected technologies to benefit from smart services. The interconnectedness provides better decision making, awareness, and offers timely services however, it has many security, public safety, and privacy concerns. This session will highlight key trends and security challenges in the Smart Infrastructure industry.

Bernd Koenig, Sr. Cybersecurity Strategist, Fortinet

10:25

A Siemens Case-Study: Securing Smart Infrastructure using Fortinet

Siemens provides a diverse portfolio of modern and smart technologies for various industries around the world - whether it’s a digital thermostat in a smart home or a modern power transformer in the smart grid ecosystem. Asset owners and operators leverage Siemens technologies to achieve automation, connectivity and smart services. Siemens technologies are embedded in many small to large smart infrastructures such as smart offices, buildings, airports and stadiums. While Siemens technologies offer many benefits to the service providers and users, it's often a target of emerging cyber-threats and malicious actors. Cyber adversaries take advantage of ease of use, interconnections and openness of these smart ecosystems and target these infrastructures to cause chaos in the communities or to disrupt the services with malicious intent. It's not only a challenge for the service providers to safeguard their smart infrastructure from cyber threats but also a challenge for Siemens to offer smart technologies with cybersecurity assurance to its customers. Find out in this session how Siemens is using Fortinet security technologies to safeguard smart infrastructure and ensure that service providers are assured and the communities are safe from cyber-threats.

Roger Hiestand, Head of IT Security, Siemens Smart Infrastructure

10:55

Defence-in-Depth Security for Smart Infrastructure

Smart Infrastructures use intelligent and internet-enabled connected technologies to offer smart services to the communities. While these technologies provide many benefits, they are prone to numerous security threats and expose its users to cyber-risks and can endanger public safety. In this session, find out how an integrated security platform from Fortinet, based on a defence-in-depth approach, can help Smart Infrastructure service providers and users overcome their security challenges while lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO) for security implementation.

Simon Bryden, Manager Consulting Systems Engineer, Fortinet

11:25

Wrap up

12:00

Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

25 November 2020

Time

Session

09:00

Information Desk Open & Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall

10:00

Welcome and Introductions

10:05

Digital and Security Trends in the Transportation & Logistics Sector

The transportation sector represents a very promising field for digital innovation. The distributed patterns of data exchange, the immediate impact of optimization, and the improvement of passenger experience have direct consequences on this sector's economy. In parallel, cyber threats in this sector, find a potential target for malicious activities of many kinds.

Alain Sanchez, EMEA CISO, Sr. Evangelist, Fortinet

10:25

A Wärtsilä Case-Study: Securing Transportation & Logistics Digital Infrastructure

Wärtsilä Voyage transforms how vessels perform their voyage by leveraging the latest digital technologies to deliver a step-change in safety, efficiency, reliability, and emissions. We are committed to creating a Smart Marine Ecosystem, whereby every vessel can connect to digital services that make voyaging safer and greener. With the broadest Smart Marine portfolio in the market, we are well positioned to lead the industry towards becoming digitally connected across the entire value chain and to be the first partner of choice when leveraging the latest digital technologies. In addition, with the maritime ecosystem going through a rapid transformation and leveraging the data and connectivity of the digital solutions, cybersecurity can not be an after-thought. Industry regulators are stepping up with cybersecurity regulations and directives such as IMO 2021 to ensure that the fleet is secure from cyber-risks. Find out during this session how Wärtsilä is responding to the shift in maritime cybersecurity to help the maritime industry navigate securely.

Päivi Brunou, Cybersecurity General Manager, Wärtsilä

10:55

Defence-in-Depth Security for Transportation & Logistics

In this new digital world, transportation and logistics organizations are more connected than ever before. Modern transportation and logistics keep us on track every day and connect us with each other around the world. Intelligent and internet-enabled technologies enable transportation and logistics organizations to offer smart and modern services to communities. All of these modern and intelligent technologies are interconnected with each other to provide timely services and help with streamlining the flow of moving goods and users. The interconnectedness and use of intelligent and internet-enabled technologies expose transportation and logistics infrastructures to hackers, making them an easy target for exploitation thus increasing their cyber-risk. In this session, find out how Fortinet’s integrated security platform, based on a defence-in-depth approach, can help transportation and logistics organizations overcome their security challenges while lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO) for security implementation.

Dino-Boris Dougoud, Sr. Systems Engineer OT/CI, Fortinet

11:25

Wrap up

12:00

Meet the Experts at the Exhibition Hall