What do utilities and industries need to know about cyber security and data ownership when introducing the virtual operator?
Data ownership and cyber security in a digital world is one of the key concerns for utilities and industries. The digitisation of water infrastructure makes organisations more vulnerable to new forms of cyber attacks. Questions we often hear are: How secure is the cloud? Who has usage and ownership rights of the data, and which data? Which cyber security measures do you take with the virtual operator?
Join Aquasuite’s webinar ‘Keeping your water data secure in a cloud-first world’ on Wednesday 18 November. During this 60-minute webinar you will discover how you can keep your water data secure in the cloud. We will discuss which security measures we have taken for our own software for utilities and industries, the virtual operator, to ensure the data of our clients is secure. Also, we will zoom into how we deal with data ownership.
At the end of the webinar there will be a Q&A with our specialists.
Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Time: 15PM CET / 14PM GMT
Team: Jasper Wuister (Head of Software Development), Tom Woolley (Business Development Director), and Johannes Braams (Senior Advisor Cybersecurity)
What you will learn
• Understand the underlying architecture of the virtual operator
• Which aspects of cyber security are most relevant for the virtual operator
• Which cyber security measures we take with our virtual operator and how we deal with data ownership rights
• Which key measures you can take to secure your data in the cloud (checklist)
About the speakers
Jasper Wuister, Head of Software Development Aquasuite, Royal HaskoningDHV Digital
Jasper started working for Aquasuite ten years ago and is heading the Software Development group since the scale up in 2018. With over fifteen years of experience in Industrial Automation and ICT, including ten years in the water sector, Jasper worked on many automation projects in many different roles. He specialises in shaping the automation and information infrastructures of treatment and transportation systems in water and wastewater. He is committed to supporting water companies in achieving their strategic goals by state-of-the-art secure and scalable automation architectures and solutions.
Johannes Braams, Senior advisor Cyber Security ICS
Johannes is a driven, professional consultant and project manager with more than 5 years of experience in cyber security in ICS and 18 years of experience in business and IT-projects.
He can easily and quickly assimilate new knowledge. In the first year of working in cyber security he got his GICSP-certificate, supplemented by a CISSP-certificate in 2020. Johannes’ focus nowadays is on (cyber)resilience by design. He is convinced that better results can be achieved by including requirements for cyber security and cyber resilience in the design phase of a project. It is key to deliver “just enough” security and resilience in order to bring the level of risk down to the level which is required by the customer.
As a project manager Johannes is capable of translating business requirements and wishes into IT. He feels comfortable with complex projects that look like a puzzle at first.
Tom Woolley, Business Development Director Aquasuite, Royal HaskoningDHV Digital
Tom joined Royal HaskoningDHV in 2018. In his role as Business Development Director for Aquasuite, he helps drinking water and wastewater companies to optimise their infrastructure and improve performance. Tom has been working within the utilities, IoT and analytics sectors for over 15 years and is passionate about using data and smart automation solutions to encourage efficiencies, save water and improve water and wastewater treatment.
Join us at our webinar ‘Keeping your water data secure in a cloud-first world’ on Wednesday 18 November 2020.
For more info about the webinar, please contact Maha Benachir (Marketing Manager Aquasuite) via firstname.lastname@example.org or +31 6 20 72 50 45.
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