IQPC is pleased to announce the 4th Annual Cyber Security for Energy & Utilities Conference from 29 March – 1 April 2015 at The Westin Golf Resort in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The event has grown over the last 3 years  with many companies choosing to showcase their best cyber security programs on the IQPC platform, shows the support and commitment of companies in a rapidly changing environment to protect their most critical infrastructure.

Benefits of attending:

  • Learn to tackle Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) & Advanced Volatile Threats (AVT) for building a robust IT security system
  • Tackle backdoor interface vulnerabilities in SCADA, ICS and DCS networks to prevent real time threats
  • Prevent cyber espionage and data theft to enhance information security and ensure confidentiality of data
  • Learn best practices in incident management and response, cloud computing security, containment, investigations and cyber forensics for building a strong cyber security framework

Whats new for 2015:

  • Exclusive group activity in social media security to get hands-on experience on tackling this peril

  • Implement innovations in PAAS, NAAS, IAAS platforms on cloud computing
  • Protect centralized data management centers with a comprehensive cyber security program
  • Activity to think like a hacker for better preparedness
  • Learn to enhance mobile device and applications security
  • Were you or your colleagues a victim for the below mentioned?

An electronic army hacking social accounts in March 2013 in the Middle East

  • A telecom firm in Europe admitting infiltration of its network and accessing contents of top executives’ personal computers (March 2013)
  • A major North American software developer, suffering a serious security breach involving potentially 50 million users in 2013
  • Major banks and TV networks breached in Asia (Jan-March 2013)
  • Major news firms in North America attacked as a response of negative news coverage by them(Jan 2013)
  • Hacking of a major website in Western Europe by hackers in a protest against gambling (Oct 2012)
  • A series of computers Europe were affected with a ransomware claiming there were being locked by a government agency for some alleged illegal activity. A fine of €100 needed to be paid within 72 hours via an online payment service to unlock it. (Sept 2012)
  • An attack on oil and gas majors in the Middle East, aiming to disrupt oil and gas supplies (Aug 2012)
  • Hacking of various oil companies in protest to drilling in the Arctic (July 2012)

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