In association with the Future Aluminium Forum and Coventry University
Recent Socio-economic conditions, coupled with advancements in technology (both Cyber – IoT, Big Data, AI and Physical – Additive manufacturing, automation, remote sensing) are disrupting the traditional business models and redefining how businesses compete or survive in the future.
Accompanying this revolution, however, are cybersecurity threats that impede business growth and innovation within the sector.
Do you know what measures your company should be taking to protect its operations, plants and people?
This dedicated Workshop will bring together manufacturers, processors and OEMs to gain an understanding of the unstructured and diverse nature of cyberattacks in the Aluminium sector, their potential impact in terms of costs and damage, to the organisation and industry, and the need for new approaches to manage the digital risks.
Particular emphasis will be put on the sector’s requirements for effective preparation, identification, containment, eradication and recovery from cyberattacks, as well as the lessons to be learned by the industry on how to maintain its business operations and legal obligations while dealing with a cyber-incident.