CS3STHLM – the Stockholm international summit on Cyber Security in SCADA and Industrial Control Systems - is an annual summit that gather the most important stakeholders across critical processes and industries. CS3STHLM has been organized since 2014, and has quickly become the premier ICS Security Summit in Northern Europe!
The CS3STHLM summit gives you a great opportunity to experience international top-speakers and meet the most experienced experts in the field.
Robert Malmgren and Erik Johansson, two leading Swedish industrial security specialists, are the organizers of CS3STHLM. Their practical experiences are fundamental for the success of this summit.
CS3STHLM offers four days full of opportunities for increased knowledge - two days of practical tutorials followed by two days of presentations by top speakers from the ICS field.
CS3STHLM is a summit that offers generous time for lectures, networking and exchange of experiences on todays challenges in regard to ICS/SCADA security, together with practical advises on how to go about to manage them. The summit is built up by a mix of presentations from two stages, practical demonstrations in the ICS lab, lightning talks and the Hallway Track for networking.
The participants at CS3STHLM are interested in securing control systems, critical infrastructure, automation and smart-grid. The summit gathers ICS/SCADA stakeholders across many different types of critical infrastructures.
CS3STHLM invites an international SCADA/ICS community, and all official communication and presentations will be in English.
At the CS3sthlm Expo 2018, an ICS Cyber Security Expo in Stockhom, you get an overview of threats and different protection that's available on the market. Here you will meet both researchers, vendors and experts who share their experiences of best practice and trends in IT security for critical parts of society.
Once more will CS3STHLM be held in the historic venue known as “Nalen” – a house built in 1888 originally called the “National Palace” - and situated in the central part of Stockholm.Practical Details
Besides all great talks you will find a lot of technical in-depths tutorials, workshop and challenges in the ICS security lab & demo area.View Trainings
Erwin has been working in information security for fifteen years and in IT for twenty-one years. He recently switched positions and is now working on designing SCADA / ICS systems for smart grids with a strong focus on cyber security, especially when integrating ICS and IT systems. He has a solid knowledge of healthcare IT and grid operator IT, both on the office side as on the operations side, both on the strategic level as on the implementation side. He holds a BSc Electrical Engineering and Master Security in Information Technology. In his rare spare time he likes to pick locks, program microcontrollers, participate in a local political party and care for his horses and hedgehogs.
Monta Elkins is currently "Hacker-in-Chief" for FoxGuard Solutions, an ICS patch provider. A security researcher and consultant; he was formerly Security Architect for Rackspace, and the first ISO for Radford University. He has been a speaker at DEFCON , Homeland Security’s ICSJWG (Industrial Control Systems Joint Working Group), EnergySec's Security Summit, GE Digital Energy's Annual Software Summit, Toshiba's Industrial Control Systems Conference, NERC's GridSecCon and Emerging Technology Roundtable, ICS CyberSecurity by Security Week, UTC Telecom, and other security conferences. Monta is the author and instructor of the “Defense against the Dark Arts” hands-on, hacker tools and techniques classes, guest lecturer for local colleges and universities teaching rapid prototyping techniques and information security and teaches Arduino and other classes with Let's Code Blacksburg.
Mark Bristow is the Director for the Hunt and Incident Response Team (HIRT) at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). He oversees DHS’s efforts for assisting asset owners to respond to, remediate and recover from cyber incidents across government, critical infrastructure and private sector systems—most recently including securing the election infrastructure and addressing Russian attempts to gain access to the U.S. power grid.
Mark Stacey is currently a Principle Threat Analyst with Dragos Inc. In this role, Mark delivers holistic incident response, threat hunting, and adversary research for Industrial Control Systems worldwide. Prior to joining Dragos, Mark was a member of RSA's Incident Response team for 5 years where he provided incident response, discovery, and forensic services globally for private industry, financial institutions, law firms, foreign and domestic governments. Mark spent 7 years with the Department of Energy (DOE) performing cyber and intelligence analysis for various government clients. He has functioned in both cybersecurity operations and research within the intelligence community and frequently provides community education through outreach programs with federal agencies.