The Renewable Energy Cyber Security Forum aims to prepare utilities and other energy providers for coping with cyber security risks in the real world. Critical precautions and supporting technology are thoroughly studied in order to better prepare energy corporations for the challenges that they face.
Organizations in the renewables sector prioritize cyber security flexibility, ensuring that the safeguards in place are adaptable to modern-day issues. This is especially true given that certain countries' essential infrastructure is primarily reliant on renewable energy and comparable technology.
Managing linked and intelligent energy systems necessitates the development of techniques to minimize and respond to cyber security hazards. Knowledge exchange, exchanging best practices, and the establishment of common standards and laws are all important areas for collaboration in the development of sustainable energy. Collaboration on security concerns will boost effectiveness while decreasing costs. Resilient infrastructure is a critical component of long-term energy systems. Energy connection entails improving regional collaboration, linking regional energy markets, and exchanging best practices.
Join like-minded colleagues at this 2-day event to hear how prominent businesses in the renewable energy sector have been able to remain resilient, invest in the correct technology, and persuade their stakeholders that it is worthwhile to prioritize cyber security.