March 6, 2019 12:30 PM
Kevin will discuss the practical implementation of security monitoring implementations and challenges, then Adam will present more forward looking capabilities and tools we have developed including asset discovery & PLC health-check monitoring. We will bring a PLC training-kit with us to showcase this type of capability in action.
"Dr Kevin Jones is Head of Cyber Security Architecture, Innovation and Scouting at Airbus, leading a global network of; teams, projects and collaborations including; research & innovation, state of the art solutions development, and technology scouting for cyber security across; IT, ICS and Product security domains. He holds a BSc in Computer Science and MSc in Distributed Systems Integration from De Montfort University, Leicester where he also obtained his PhD: A Trust Based Approach to Mobile Multi-Agent System Security in 2010. Kevin’s specialist areas include; Information Security Management & Risk, Security Auditing, Security Architecture, Cloud Security, Threat & Vulnerability Analysis, and Incident Response and is a recognised expert in SCADA security, and the protection of critical systems. He is active in the cyber security research community, has published numerous papers and holds a number of patents within the domain. Kevin is well known as an innovator, thought leader, and is responsible for multiple cyber security demonstrator platforms and laboratories. He currently acts as an executive consultant to Airbus on matters of cyber security across multiple domains and platforms and works closely with Government agencies on cyber security topics in addition to European programmes and the EU Cyber Security Public Private Partnership. He is a frequent public speaker on cyber security, security innovation, and the protection of critical national infrastructure, in addition to an advisor to numerous cyber security research programmes and events. Kevin is an advocate and champion for cyber security in academia, development of cyber skills and for multi-disciplinary research."