“Cloud for the OT environment: Being realistic about what is possible.” He will also run a workshop for Cyber Senate attendees “Workshop 'Designing a Secure Reference Architecture for Plant Operations and Maintenance.”
By J.|2020-09-23T12:48:42+00:00September 23rd, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|
Philip Tonkin has worked in the energy business for over 20 years, working in a wide range of disciplines. From field engineering to senior leadership positions, he has always been passionate about solving the challenges of digitising the energy supply industry. Using an understanding of the systems used by the industry along with experience in making decisions as an asset manager, he has led a number of key projects to move forward the understanding of cyber threat.
Now as the OT leader within National Grid’s security team his focus is securing the operational technology that underpins the operation of National Grid’s trans atlantic businesses, from Gas Transmission to Electricity Generation.
Rolling Stock Data Center Cyber Security Webinar, join us to hear more! The Rail Cyber Security Summit Europe takes place again in February 2021, and the US Rail Cyber Security event will take place January 2021. All our webinar will support the topics of these future engagements!
Cyber Senate 7th Annual Industrial Control Cybersecurity Europe Conference November 3rd and 4th 2020 announces Sellafield, Alstom, Maersk, National Grid, Rosen Group, Hellenic American University as initial presenters representingnuclear, smart grid, logistics, rail and maritime sectors.
AI, machine learning and big data analytics are creating a new paradigm for Rail OEM's, but how are they ensuring safety, reliability and cybersecurity of real-time data access, data in transit, cloud, onboard control systems and control centres?
As rolling stock business models change with the introduction of new technology, digitisation and big data solutions, implementation of IoT or the "The Internet of Trains," enables the consolidation of large volumes of data with business processes and IT systems, creating rolling stock data centers in their own right. With new service offerings for predictive maintenance, condition monitoring, passenger information systems and a plethora of onboard connected sub systems on the rise, bundled data from the vehicles, the infrastructure, and the operations are just the beginning.
Cloud computing technology is a key business driver, enabling the sharing of railway information resources, improving the capacity of information processing. However, cloud security monitoring remains a barrier to the full realisation of Cloud’s capability.