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Country Spotlight Stage
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Country Spotlight Stage
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CPS attackers are seeking to inflect physical damage and jeopardize safety
The landscape of cyberwarfare is rapidly changing, with a growing emphasis on the targeting and disruption of physical civilian critical infrastructure, as the physical world increasingly becomes just a group of internet-connected devices, the future is one in which physical security will become one with cyber security. CPS attackers are seeking to inflect physical damage and jeopardize safety. This session will provide a short overview of the domain, the attack surface, CPS systems including Autonomous Vehicles, SCADA systems, Medical devices and Weapon systems.
While new technologies emerge and while IoT is going to lead most of our activities based on 5G/6G and others we should be well protected against vulnerabilities identified by sophisticated technologies - mainly AI. AI is used by both the attackers and defenders and we should be prepared to deal with this new threat/opportunity.
The Growing Threat of Cyber-Attacks on Critical Infrastructure
Israel is one of the most resource-conservative nations in the world, the nation reuses 87% of its water. Recent widespread cyberattack on Israeli water and sewage facilities used American servers to hack into the facilities. While Israel has one of the most technology-dependent water systems in the world, this cyberattack struck right at the heart of Israel''s survival. Hear from Danny Lacker, how Israel uses it''s powerful combination of defense and attack capabilities while defending critical national infrastructure.
Connecting the dots between the new geopolitical trends, what is the impact on the regional cyber sector? From capacity building to information sharing and joint exercises. Underlining the importance of a cybersecurity framework in the development of smart cities.
facility, supply chain attacks & Covid 19
New Risks Call for a Fresh Cyber Defense Methodology, the legacy
measures and methodologies are no longer effective and are not good enough
for the new cyber-attack sophistication we are experiencing in past years.
Consequently, the national cyber defense organizations must evolve and
introduce innovative measures and cyber defense methodologies; the sooner,
Cyber-Security frameworks tend to focus on the big players (national security bodies, government offices, large companies), while individuals and small businesses are last in the line. Based on ISOC-IL''s "Block" initiative experience, we will explore the importance of reaching out cyber-security solutions for the general population.
Head of Cyber Business Unit, Rafael
General Manager of the Cyber Division at Israel, Aerospace Industries
Head Security, Israel Water Authority
Cybersecurity Expert, Schneider Electric
Former Deputy General Director, INCD
CEO, Israel Internet Association (ISOC-IL)