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Wed, 22 Mar



Cyber Threat & Instrumentation

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Cyber Threat & Instrumentation
Cyber Threat & Instrumentation

Time & Location

22 Mar 2023, 09:30 – 16:00

Wythenshawe, Floats Rd, Wythenshawe, Manchester M23 9NF, UK

About the event

Our March workshop will focus on the challenges of cyber threats and instrumentation in the water industry. SWIG will bring together experts from various fields to discuss the latest developments and applications of these technologies in the water sector.

The workshop will feature a series of presentations from leading researchers and practitioners in the field. These presentations will cover a wide range of topics such as the potential risks and impacts of cyber attacks on the water industry, the importance of securing mission-critical versus non-critical data, and the latest developments in instrumentation technology.

Another important theme of the workshop will be the importance of protecting mission-critical data and systems. Presenters will discuss the unique challenges of securing water infrastructure, such as the need to protect sensitive data on water quality and distribution, as well as the importance of maintaining continuity of operations in the event of a cyber attack.

We will also discuss the latest developments in instrumentation technology and how it can be used to improve the security of the water industry and enable us to respond to cyber threats in real-time.

This workshop provides a unique opportunity for attendees to learn about the latest developments and challenges of cyber threats and instrumentation in the water industry, as well as to network with experts in the field.

We look forward to welcoming you to the workshop and discussing the challenges and opportunities of cyber threats and instrumentation in the water industry.

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