Cyberattacks and energy systems: dealing with the risks
Our energy infrastructures now work alongside digital equipment they interact with on a daily basis for energy production, storage, transport and consumption. These developments, which are now a guarantee of availability, efficiency and responsiveness, are nevertheless opening the way to growing cyber attacks. And while there is a real awareness of these issues, the risks persist. Energy transition policies and efforts to integrate renewable energies will only reinforce this trend. How can we think about cybersecurity when building these multi-energy algorithmic infrastructures? What common measures should be adopted throughout the European Union to guarantee the security of highly interconnected energy networks?
- Vincent Nicaise: Industrial Partnership & Ecosystem Manager – Stormshield
- Bruno Charrat: Deputy Technology Research Director and Head of Cybersecurity – CEA
- Sébastien Lanaspeze: Senior Consultant, Cybersecurity & Digital Trust – Wavestone