MAY Clarion Hotel & Conference Centre 2120 16 Ave NE Calgary, Alberta T2E 1L4, Canada
NCC Group's very own Jim McKenney will be presenting Building a Cyber Design for Reliability and Availability (CDfR) program to assure multi-decade resilience of well site automation technologies from cyberattacks at Canadian Wellsite Automation 2020 as part of the End-user case studies in automation and how to make a successful transition track.
Canadian Wellsite Automation 2020 is where shale operators and service companies will meet with automation experts and key technology providers in Calgary to explore efficient and cost effective well site solutions. The face of well site operations is fast changing as operators navigate through the ‘digital oilfield age’ and introduce new technologies across well sites and embrace the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT).
To learn more about his presentation, read below:
Building a Cyber Design for Reliability and Availability (CDfR) program to assure multi-decade resilience of well site automation technologies from cyber attacks
During this presentation, you will:
- Discuss issues of relying on software to automate well site operations
- Present a case study of how cyber-attacks usesoftware vulnerabilities and Internet-of-Things (IoT) communications to propagate and interfere with production
- Define and provide examples of Cyber Design for Reliability and Availability (CDfR) programs and their strategic importance to manufacturers and operators