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Professor Ryan Ko, University of Queensland,
will present a talk entitled
"An Overview of Cyber Security Threats to Industrial Control Systems and Critical Infrastructure"
Industrial control systems (ICS) form the backbone supporting essential industries including electricity, gas, water and waste services, construction, agriculture, mining, manufacturing, transport, postal, and warehousing sectors. These industries not only significantly contribute to the Australian economy, but also support several other industries such as healthcare and tourism. Due to the criticality to everyday life and economy, ICS are usually considered by many as ‘critical infrastructure’. In this talk, I will cover the main threats critical infrastructure stakeholders are experiencing, and describe possible approaches to countering them. I will also demonstrate some recent works focusing on detecting these threats. I will also introduce the work conducted at the UQ Industry 4.0 Energy TestLab, a digital twin funded by the Australian Government’s Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, UQ, and Siemens, with realistic scenarios supplied by several industry partners mimicking energy production and consumption, manufacturing and a wide range of control automation configurations.
Professor Ryan Ko is Chair and Director of Cyber Security at the University of Queensland, Australia. At UQ, he established UQ Cyber - UQ's interdisciplinary cyber security education programme and research centre. He previously held scientific leadership roles at Hewlett-Packard Labs and the University of Waikato, New Zealand. His research is central to many critical infrastructure, cloud security, data provenance and SIEM tools across open source (OpenStack, Kali Linux) and industry tools (ArcSight) today. He has published 100+ publications in top venues and has received A$13million in competitive research funding. A Fellow of Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and recipient of the (ISC)2 Information Security Leadership Award, he holds a PhD and B.Eng.(Comp. Eng.)(Hons) from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He is the co-founder of the NZ Cyber Security Challenge, and drafted the NZQA Level 6 Cyber Security qualification as part of the NZ Cyber Security Skills Taskforce (Dept. of Prime Minister and Cabinet).
Location and Timing
This virtual luncheon will take place on our virtual platform on April 14 at 1:00pm Brisbane time. This will be a virtual event using our Remo platform - https://live.remo.co/e/asia-pacific-data-bytes-event-1.
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This luncheon will take place :
1:00-2:15 pm Brisbane Time
1:30-2:45 pm Adelaide Time
11:00-1:15pm Perth and Malaysia Time
10:00-11:15 am Jakarta Time
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The general agenda for this event:
10 minutes - Platform opens up, attendees login, and networking time
5 minute Introductory remarks
5 minute PPDM update
5 minute sponsor spotlight by Sword Venture
30 minute presentation by Professor Ko
15-30 minutes of networking time with other attendees
Thanks to our sponsor, Sword Venture, this virtual event is free to attend.
Registration will close on December 1. Walk In attendance will not be possible.
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