IMI 2018 – Agenda*

Tuesday, November 20th 2018
08:30 Registration & Welcome Coffee
Plenary Session – Saal Gustav Mahler 1
Introduction: Erwin Kruschitz, anapur AG
Keynote: Koen Gijsbers, NATO Communications and Information Agency (EN)
What can the Industry Learn from 40 Years Experience of Command & Control?
10:00 Coffee Break
10:30 Martin Schwibach & Oliver Jaeckel-Bender, BASF
Cobbler, Stick to your Last!? – What OT and IT Can Learn from Each Other
Timo Raabe und Dražen Morog, Deutsche Bahn
How to Achieve Cyber Resilience in a Critical Infrastructure
11:30 Panel Discussion
Moderation: Lukas Linke, ZVEI (EN)
Koen Gijsbers, NATO Communications and Information Agency
Dr. Dirk Häger, Federal Office for Information Security (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik)
Klaus Jochem, Bayer
Klaus Jäckle, Schneider Electric
12:15 Lunch Break
Session A Saal Gustav Mahler 1
Session B Saal Gustav Mahler 2
Jan Kißling, Siemens
Anomaly Detection for Industrial Automation and Control Systems
Haiko-Christopher Frank, thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (EN)
Product IT-Security at the Shipyard for Special Purpose Vessels

Frank Ackermann, Yokogawa
If You Don’t See the Wood for the Trees: (Too Many) Security Standards for Automated Environments

Jan Munkejord, Equinor (EN)
The Balance between Standards and the Real World: Our Journey to Understand and Balance the IEC62443/NIST CSF Framework for our Oil and Gas Business
14:30 Konstantin Rogalas, Honeywell
How to Reduce Operational Downtime and Lower Cyber Security Risk? How Do I Protect against USB-Based Cyber Threat?

Alon Barel, Indegy (EN)
How to Gain Visibility and Control in OT Networks?

15:00 Tobias Nitzsche, ABB
What to Do if Disaster Strikes? – Lessons Learned from Incident Response Cases

Tanguy Dufour, Sentryo (EN)
Cyber Security for the Industrial Internet Lessons Learned and Actions Taken

15:30 Coffee Break
16:15 Interactive Sessions (parallel):

  • World Café
  • Cyber Attack Live Simulation (Jan Korth, FireEye):
    They‘re Inside Your Network – Now What?
  • BASF Site Visit
    (limited number of participants, pre-registration required)
18:15 Get Together @ Ella & Louis (Congress Center Rosengarten)
Food and drinks in a relaxed atmosphere with live music from FamDüSax

IMI 2018 – Agenda

Wednesday, November 21st 2018
08:00 Welcome Coffee
Plenary Session –  Saal Gustav Mahler 1
08:30 Welcome: Erwin Kruschitz, anapur AG
08:45 Jens Wiesner, Federal Office for Information Security (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik, BSI)
Chemical Production: Safety-Systems as Attack Vectors
Don Bartusiak, ExxonMobil & Dr. Michael Krauss, BASF (EN)
NAMUR Open Architecture and Open Process Automation
09:45 Coffee Break
10:30 Dr. Michael Ebner, EnBW
Cyber Attacks on Critical Infrastructures – A Common Challenge for State and Economy
11:00 Dr. Maya Bundt, Swiss Re
Cyber Risks The New Normal?
Panel Discussion Cyber Risk Insurance
Dr. Maya Bundt, Swiss Re; Dr. Michael Ebner, EnBW; Sebastian Hess, AIG; Philipp Lienau, HDI Global
12:00 Lunch Break
Session A Saal Gustav Mahler 1
Session B Saal Gustav Mahler 2
13:00 Wolfgang Kiener, TÜV Rheinland
Industrial and OT Cybersecurity in the Digital Transformation

Anja Dienelt, Rohde und Schwarz Cybersecurity
Identifying Attacks and Actively Defeating them

13:30 Stefan Ditting, HIMA
Pains and Gains of Cyber Security Certification
Simon Pangerl, Paessler
IoT/IIoT –  from Analog to Digital
14:00 Rolf-Dieter Metka, ondeso
Agile IT-Management in OT-Infrastructures in the Process Industries
Jörg Schuler, Airbus
AIR-GAPS between IT and OT are over.
Today, horizontal and vertical Networking of Industrial Facilities Require New Concepts and Cooperation Models
14:30 Coffee Break
15:00 Thorsten Scharmatinat, genua
Remote Access, Predictive Maintenance,
Security by Design – Incompatible?
Felix Blanke, Cyberbit
Asset Management in the Age of Industry 4.0

Christian Franzen & Andreas Staffen, Deloitte
IT/OT Convergence –  Is IT Security
an Obstacle to Innovation?

Jens Freitag, Tenable
Industrial Security in the Age of Cyber Exposure

Gerhard Sutschet & Dennis Rösch, Fraunhofer IOSB
Protecting Know-How with IT-Security Training

Alexander Kern, TU Darmstadt & Daniel Krohmer, DFKI
Industry 4.0 in Medium Sized Businesses – IT-Security as Foundation of Global Business Segments
16:30 End of Conference

* Subject to change

Please note: Prensentations are given in German unless otherwise specified (EN) – simultaneous translation is available.