IT Experts To Come Together In Amsterdam At The 2014 Oil And Gas Euro Cyber Security Workshop

By   ISBuzz Team
Writer , Information Security Buzz | May 15, 2014 01:16 am PST

Amsterdam, Netherlands – Following the success of the 2014 Oil & Gas Cyber Security workshop previously held in Abu Dhabi, UAE last January, Caxton Group is proud to announce the inception of the 2014 Oil and Gas Euro Cyber Security workshop to be held on 23-25 June 2014 at the beautiful city of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Cyber security is a growing concern within the oil & gas sector nowadays. As a highly critical sector, the oil and gas infrastructure should be one of the most secured in the industry. The protection of highly valuable intellectual property and commercially sensitive information is being spurred on by the ever growing cyber threat across the globe.

In this workshop, the most pressing emerging cyber threat issues facing the oil and gas industry will be addressed and knowledge on the technological advancements to safeguard the information technology infrastructure will be provided to attendees.

Key presentations by leading industry figures will be delivered at this relevant and timely event to discuss the critical questions and identify solutions on how oil and gas companies should face the cyber security challenges.

Featured speakers at the workshop include:

– Christopher Laing, University Professor, Northumbria University
– Dr. Simon Wiseman, Chief Technology Officer, Deep Secure
– John McLaughlin, Sales Engineer, Webroot
– Petros Theodorakis, ICT Director, DESFA
– Bill Hagestad, Cyber Security Intelligence Researcher, Red Dragon Rising Publishing

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About Caxton Group

Caxton Cyber Security is poised to be a significant contributor to the growing need of trainings in different aspects of cyber security across industries. We are committed to bring together experts on some of the most critical and significant challenges faced by the different industries with respect to their cyber security challenges.