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ISA to Host Energy-focused Cybersecurity Summit in Scotland


The International Society of Automation (ISA) has announced its first-ever OT Cybersecurity Summit in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Focused on the rapid growth of operational technology (OT) cybersecurity challenges and opportunities, the event will held on May 31 and June 1, 2023, with training sessions available on May 29 and 30.

Kicking off the event will be two high-level, keynote speakers: Cheri Caddy, Deputy Director at the U.S. Office of the National Cyber Director and Megan Samford, vice president, chief product security officer, energy management, Schneider Electric. The two-day, two-track event will cover both supply chain and threat intelligence topics.

“The ISA community is comprised of the world’s leading voices on industrial cybersecurity, and we are proud to have developed ISA/IEC 62443, the standard behind the most robust and secure operational technologies,” said Claire Fallon, ISA executive director. “The ISA OT Cybersecurity Summit stands apart from other cybersecurity events as a venue where attendees can gain practical knowledge about the standard and best practices for its implementation—in the oil and gas sector as we see in Aberdeen, and in other industry sectors the world over.”

“Anyone seeking to gain more insight on what is working to mitigate threats to the OT cybersecurity landscape will find this event both informative and useful. We look forward to welcoming delegates in person and online.”

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