EUTC ran a one-day cyber security workshop on November 13 in Paris attended by RITICS member, Dr Tania Wallis, from the University of Glasgow. Tania presented insights from the University of Glasgow’s work in NIS-D Supply Chain Resilience and Forensic Training projects.
EUTC explored the changing world of cyber security, and how utilities can survive this new reality. This one-day workshop included sessions on compliance with the European Union’s Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive, supply chain risk, cases studies of utility cyber security deployments, and how to match the appropriate level of security to different asset types. This especially benefited utilities and technology providers.