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.
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 Workshops
Adam is a software engineer, security researcher, and open source advocate. In 2012, he started his own venture, Automatak, to improve the adoption of robust open source software (OSS) in the utility space. He is the principal author of opendnp3, an implementation of IEEE 1815 (DNP3). Since April 2013, vulnerabilities have been identified in products sold by more than twenty vendors. Adam works with vendors, utilities, government agencies, standards bodies, and industry organizations to identify and solve systemic issues.
Akriti is a security researcher working with Adobe Systems, blogger, web application security, APIs security, IOT security and Network security enthusiast. Involved in multiple responsible disclosure of critical vulnerabilities and listed in various hall of fame including Google, developed various CTFs on Web Services and IOT for multiple conferences.
Oleksii is Cybersecurity expert with more than 20 years hands-on experience in the field. Oleksii participated in many complex technological projects, headed Security Operations Centre and acted as CISO in Enterprise-scale companies. Within a team of ISSP Labs experts, he made a deep research of cyber-attacks against critical infrastructure of Ukraine. Due to his hard work and high level of competence, it was possible to study each step of the attacks in detail, determine the specifics of the attack and develop a range of behavioral patterns to identify targeted attacks, similar to the ones that occurred in Ukrainian cyberspace in the past few years. Regarding this topic, Oleksii published a number of articles and case studies.
Jens Wiesner heads the section “Cyber Security in Industrial Control Systems” in the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI). He and his team focus on non-standard IT-systems known as OT/ICS/SCADA as well as life-critical systems used in safety or medical domain. They advise other sections of BSI as well as external working groups, manufacturers, integrators and operators of OT especially in critical infrastructures.
Mikael Vingaard leverages his 15+ years of IT-security experience to build practicalinformation security with a real-life perspective. Mikael works as IT-Security Consultant at EnergiNet.dk, the Danish national transmission system operator. In his spare time, Mikael runs several research projects, build on Open Source softwareto make a positive difference to secure critical infrastructure environments.