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Security-Mindedness for Smart Infrastructure: Challenges and Opportunities

Security-Mindedness briefing and workshop organised by CDBB and CSIC.
When Nov 01, 2018
from 09:30 AM to 04:30 PM
Where Downing College, University of Cambridge
Contact Name
Contact Phone 01223 760090
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Designed for both for users and providers of Smart Infrastructure solutions, this briefing and workshop will cover the implications of security and explain some of the support and solutions available. The event will include morning presentations by CDBB, CSIC, CSIC partners, government security advisors, and security experts followed by an afternoon workshop.  

Cost:  £95  

Early Bird fee of £45 available until 19 October

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Coffee and registration

10.00 Welcome and introduction – Jennifer Schooling, Director of CSIC

Security implications of digital engineering and smart infrastructure 
UK Government security advisor

10.40 Case Study from Practice:
Security Mindedness – Everyone’s problem 
Graham Herries, Laing O’Rourke 

Short discussion / break

11.30 Security-minded standards for digital engineering, smart cities and asset management 
Alex Luck, A Luck Associates 

Case study from practice:
The Practical implementation of security-mindedness in relation to BIM
John Phyall, AWE 


Managing Data from a Security Perspective – People, Behaviours and Compliance
Julian Schwarzenbach, Data and Process Advantage Limited

13.00 Lunch

Workshop session to explore the challenges, and needs, of your organisations from your different perspectives as commissioners of smart infrastructure solutions, and as providers. This involves a  holistic approach to security (physical, personnel and cyber).

15.00 Break 
15.15 Plenary feedback session and discussion
16.00 Networking and Close

Cost:  £95  

Early Bird fee of £45 available until 19 October

Booking Form


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