19-20 September Vienna: Novel approaches in RISK AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT for CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES

Well-integrated risk and security management becomes more and more important due to the fact that cyber criminals use a company’s critical infrastructure to achieve data and information.

This workshop in Vienna, Austria includes new methodologies, concepts and tools towards the security and risk assessment for critical infrastructures. It covers innovative concepts for identification and analysis of attacker behaviour and potential threats, the assessment of cascading effects in infrastructure networks, the influence of the human factor on security and the protection of physical perimeter. An additional focus of the workshop will be current legislation and standardization initiatives.

We are kindly inviting you to join our presentation.

29.08. – 01.09.2017: ARES Conference

From 29 August to 1 September 2017 the MITIGATE project will participate in the International Workshop on Supply Chain Security, Resilience and Accountability, held at the International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES Conference) in Reggio Calabria, Italy. The workshop covers all aspects of security, resilience and accountability of national and global Supply Chains and interconnected Smart Critical Infrastructures.

We look forward to seeing you there!

12-14 July 2017: MITIGATE at the ICServ2017

The MITIGATE project will be present at the 5th International Conference on Serviceology (ICServ2017), which takes place from 12 to 14 July at the University of Vienna, Austria. The conference is initiated by the Society of Serviceology in Japan aiming to bring together researchers, academic and industry leaders, active and interested in the latest service technologies and methodologies.

We look forward to seeing you there!

29 August – 1 September 2017: ARES Conference

From 29 August to 1 September 2017 the MITIGATE project will participate in the International Workshop on Supply Chain Security, Resilience and Accountability, held at the International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES Conference) in Reggio Calabria, Italy. The workshop covers all aspects of security, resilience and accountability of national and global Supply Chains and interconnected Smart Critical Infrastructures.

We look forward to seeing you there!

8 December: MITIGATE at the “Poseidon Med ΙΙ calls at Piraeus” Conference

Prof. Christos Douligeris from the University of Piraeus and Yiannis Papagiannopoulos are going to present the MITIGATE project at the “Poseidon Med II calls at Piraeus” conference, which takes place on 8 December at Piraeus Municipal Theatre in Piraeus, Greece. Poseidon Med II partners from the shipping industry, marine governmental officials and industry experts discuss the projected developments towards the wide adoption of LNG as an alternative fuel for shipping.

The final agenda is ready for download. A live stream of the event can be found here.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

9 November: Transport Security Research Workshop

On 9 November a Transport Security Research Workshop takes place in Brussels, Belgium. Nineta Polemi, the technical manager of the MITIGATE project will give a presentation on the topic of “Challenges in Maritime and Supply Chains’ Security”. Other topics at the workshop include aviation security research, public transport security research and new security technologies.

The agenda is ready for download.

9 & 10 November: MITIGATE at the 14th Digital Ship Athens

On 9 & 10 November the 14th Digital Ship Athens conference and exhibition will take place in Athens, Greece. The event addresses the strategic and practical challenges that the shipping industry is facing at present and thus provides the ideal platform for discussing the importance of cyber-security. Nineta Polemi, the technical manager of MITIGATE, will give a presentation on the project.

We look forward to seeing you there!

4-5th October 2016: Meet MITIGATE on the 1st NMIOTC Cyber Security Conference

On 4th and 5th October the “1st NMIOTC CYBER SECURITY CONFERENCE” will take place in Chania, Greece. Nineta Polemi, the technical manager of the MITIGATE project will speak on the conference. Moreover you will meet and listen to other partners of the MITIGATE project team such as Thanos Karantzias, Spyridon Papastergiou and Michalis Pavlidis. We will be pleased to meet you. If there are any questions on MITIGATE, this would be a perfect occasion to have it answered during a conversation.

You can find more information about the event here: 1st NMIOTIC Cyber Security Conference

6-9th September 2016: Meet MITIGATE at the SMM 2016 in Hamburg

Fraunhofer is going to exhibit at the SMM 2016 in Hamburg (stand 319 in hall B6). Contact us (info@mitigateproject.eu) to make an appointment on the fair and get in touch with the MITIGATE team. The SMM describes itself as the leading international maritime trade fair, offering more than 2.100 exhibitors from 67 countries. The exhibition is a showcase for vessel technology and operations which includes also cyber security.

11-13th May 2016: International Cyber Summit Maritime Cyber Port Security

MITIGATE will be part of the “2016 International Cyber Summit Maritime Cyber Port Security” conference in Greece. This year’s summit audience consists of national authorities, civilian partners, and government bodies that are involved in the maritime sector and especially in its cyber security aspects. This includes policymakers and other relevant stakeholders (e.g. Port Authorities) participating in the development and implementation of security guidelines and good practices for the maritime sector, as well as key players in the implementation of initiatives covering cyber security aspects.

6 June 2016: MEDUSA International Conference

On June 6th, the MEDUSA International Conference will take place in Valencia. The main issue will be “Cyber-Security in the Supply Chain: New Approaches and Challanges”. Despite the proliferation and advancement of risk assessment methodologies for Critical Information Infrastructures (CIIs) most risk assessment frameworks do not adequately addressthe various cascading effects that are associated with security incidents occurring from interacting entities. This gap is very critical in the case of ports’ security, given that ports are CIIs characterized by significant interdependencies at multiple levels (infrastructural, national, intra-sectoral). This conference addresses innovative approaches to port security from different points of view, involving security service providers, state security managers, port operators and critical infrastructures.

You can find more information about the conference here.

6 – 10th June 2016: Posidonia

SingularLogic will participate in The International Shipping Exhibition Posidonia 2016 organizing the workshop session “Ports Supply Chain Security: The MEDUSA and MITIGATE approach”. The workshop will be held on Tuesday, 7 June 2016, 15:00-17:00. Please find the agenda of the workshop here. Looking forward to meeting you at Posidonia 2016!

14 – 16 June 2016: TOC Europe in Hamburg

MITIGATE is going to exhibit at the Terminal Operator Conference TOC Europe 2016 in Hamburg. The TOC is the global meeting place for representatives from ports, terminals, shipping lines, 3PLs & shippers. The exhibition is a showcase for port and terminal technology and operations and the conference focuses on collaboration within the container supply chain. Featuring over 160 companies from around the world, the TOC Europe Exhibition is the undisputed global showcase for the latest in port operations, equipment and technology solutions.

11 – 15th July 2016: Information Security Incident Management Certification Training

In this five-day intensive course participants develop the competence to master a model for implementing an incident management process throughout their organisation using the ISO/IEC 27035 standard as a reference framework. Based on practical exercises, participants acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to manage information security incidents in time by being familiar with their life cycle.

During this training, the ISO/IEC 27035 information security incident management standard will be presented, a process model for designing and developing an organisational incident management process, and how companies may use the standard.

23 – 26 August 2016: IAME International Association of Maritime Economics

The MITIGATE-project will be presented at this year´s IAME. The IAME Annual Conference brings together academics from every corner of the Planet every year to a different location. It´s an opportunity for the world scientific community to meet and discuss current research topics and to contribute to the development of maritime economics and management as an independent discipline. The conference, for the first time in Germany, will take place in  Hamburg from 23th to 26th of August.

6 – 9 September 2016: SMM in Hamburg

With over 2,100 exhibitors and 50,000 visitors from all over the world, SMM continues to cement its position as the most important event in the maritime industry calendar, year after year. This extremely high number of visitors reflects the broad range on offer at this trade fair. SMM is attended by top shipbuilders, key players in the value chain, operators and service providers from 6th to 9th of September. There will be a presentation of MITIGATE at this year´s SMM.

4 – 5th October 2016: Cyber Security in the Maritime Domain

NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Centre, having identified the need to enhance maritime security through the building of a stronger and wider awareness of Cyber Threat, is pleased to announce its 1st Conference on Cyber Security, which will take place at its premises, in Souda Bay Crete, Greece, from the 4th to the 5th of October 2016.

The upcoming NMIOTC Cyber Security Conference aims at gathering subject matter Experts and the whole Community of Interests in order to provide opportunities to deepen and discuss issues related to the emerging cyber threats to the maritime environment. The main scope is to analyse the latest trends in cyber security threats within maritime domain and provide guidance on how to counter this potentially catastrophic 21st century security challenge. MITIGATE will be part of the event.