POSTPONED - we will announce a new date in due course.
ADS Scotland is delighted to partner with Waterstons Business & IT Services to offer companies the opportunity to learn and discuss the increased risk and opportunity that arises from Digital Manufacturing, supply chain considerations and understanding how many Public, Private and 3rd sector tenders are now mandating certain compliance requirements for any prospective bidders - particularly in defence and public sector.
The industries of manufacturing and cyber security have historically been at odds, but as we transition into an unavoidably digital future, the two go hand in hand.
Data analytics, IR4 technologies and automation present manufacturers with a great opportunity to improve performance and maximise revenues, however the digital technologies at the heart of these concepts present a double edged sword, increasing the risk of disruption by cyber-attack or data breach. Particularly in the manufacturing sector, which has traditionally been saved from data breaches by a lack of said data.
As data is collected, transferred, stored, analysed and communicated across the business and supply chain more frequently, manufacturers have to think differently about how they protect their sensitive data while keeping an eye on the future for emerging risks and opportunities.
Craig Archdeacon, Senior Information Security Consultant, Waterstons
Kieran Fowler, Senior Information Security Consultant, Waterstons (formally Metropolitan Police Cyber Crime Unit)
Joining us on the day and sharing the knowledge will also be key companies in the sectors: Raytheon UK and Wincanton together with Scottish Business Resilience Centre providing Cyber Essentials Overview and advice on business resilience.
Jamie Salvage, Head of IT and Risk, Wincanton
Danny O'Neill, Raytheon UK
TBC, Scottish Business Resilience Centre
ONE-TO-ONE OPPORTUNITIES AND DEMO
The event will also include private one-to-one sessions with members of the Waterstons team, Interactive cyber exercise and Cyber Hacking Demos.
If you would like to have a one-to-one meeting please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
09:30 Arrival and Registration
10:00 Welcome and introductions - ADS Scotland
10:15 Investing in Business Resilience to Survive and Thrive - Craig Archdeacon, Waterstons
- Overview of the threat landscape with particular focus on Industry 4.0 and the increasing use of IoT devices
- Pillars of resilience: customer focus, supplier resilience, business continuity and cyber defences
- Business / cyber resilience as a competitive differentiator / supplier of choice
10:45 Case studies / Knowledge share from Raytheon UK and Wincanton
11:30 Cyber Resilience in the Supply Chain - Kieran Fowler, Waterstons
- Live hacking demo of how easy it can be to compromise the supply chain
- Practice guide to be cyber security – 5 steps to take to ensure your resilience
- National Cyber Security Guidance on IoT technology
- Cyber Essentials and supporting best practice to start the journey
12:15 Cyber Essentials Overview - Scottish Business Resilience Centre
- Overview of the world and best practice SBRC promote
- Services and advice which are available
- Government cyber voucher scheme
12:30 Lunch and Networking
13:00 1-2-1 sessions and interactive cyber exercise