Digital transformation has accelerated worldwide. Driven by globalization, the pandemics and an ongoing need to extract greater value from high-capex, long-term projects. This acceleration has ushered in a new, post-digital transformation reality for many industrial sectors. In this new reality, organizations in the energy sector must constantly adapt to survive. Digital transformation has been revolutionizing industrial processes, has been driving new business models and has been fostering a new organizational culture where virtual connectivity is the norm. Throughout this entire process, collecting, transmitting and processing data into actionable information has taken center stage.
However, increased reliance on data-driven, automated systems is not without risk. Recent experience illustrates that no company, industry, or critical infrastructure is safe from cyberattacks. Threats continually evolve in step with technical advances. Cybersecurity is recognized as a fundamental pillar in the protection of information, processes and project execution. Robust cybersecurity systems create a barrier between threats and production assets in the same way safety protocols protect health, safety and environment.
This virtual conference will kick off with a leadership keynote address followed by a round table discussion focused on hardening of critical infrastructures. Various subject matter experts will discuss what cybersecurity looks like in a post digital transformation world. Expert presentations and end-user case studies will address critical assets, tools and methodologies for securing and advancing the production process through automation.
Digital transformation is the new reality. Cybersecurity is the new necessity. Save the date and join Petrobras, IBP and ISA in this mission to shed light on these new challenges that urgently demand answers.
Leandro Andrada Roda Marinho
ISA 2022 DT Brazil Program Committee Chair - Petrobras
ISA 2022 President, Board of Directors
Marcia Ferreira Tosta
Cybersecurity Executive Manager, Petrobras
Executive Director, IBP
Innovation and digitization have a direct impact on the Oil & Gas (O&G) industry, bringing numerous benefits and being an essential part of the energy transition. The presentation aims to expose numbers on technology and innovation in Brazil.
Business Advisor and Executive Mentor
With the increasing digitization of society, with people and objects connected, the issue of cybersecurity becomes more and more pressing. Innovations are essential for the evolution of society, however we need to deal with the new inherent risks of this process.
Process and Business Partnering Manager, Petrobras
Information Security Manager, Vale
For the past 4 years Vale has been following a journey of evolution in cyber risk management in the OT layers. The purpose of the presentation is to share the characteristics of this path, challenges and lessons learned in the IT/OT integration process.
Information Security Consultant, Petrobras
Is the cloud secure for use in Industrial Automation? Do the benefits outweigh the risks? What are these risks and how to mitigate them? In this presentation we will try to answer these questions!
Tonny Matos Siqueria
Technical Consultant, Petrobras
Application of Bow-Tie methodology for identification of prevention and mitigation barriers of cybersecurity and its implications in process safety, identifying the degradation factors and their control mechanisms.
Antonio Carlos Pereira Borge
Commander - Brazilian Navy
Cyber Guardian Exercise is considered the largest cyberprotection exercise in the Southern Hemisphere. It is coordinated by ComDCiber (Cyber Defense Command) with the participation of several Brazilian Ministries, Armed Forces and Federal and Civil Institutions.
Sergio Rodrigo Pontes
Systems Engineer, Fortinet
Come join us for this special education bonus session sponsored by Fortinet, as they present a demonstration of their cybersecurity technology solution.
Technical Consultant, Petrobras
In this presentation, will be addressed the technical requirements related to CyberSecurity for Industrial Automation Systems in the Oil and Gas Production Units owned by Petrobras, as well as in the Refining and Natural Gas Units. The criteria to be adopted in the design, construction & assembly, commissioning, and pre-operation phases will be presented.
IT Director, ONS
The Brazilian Electric Sector, which in 2020 did not have any specific targeting regulation for Cyber Security, ended 2021 having to plan its adaptation to the Ons Operational Routine (National Operator of the Electric System), the NORMATIVE RESOLUTION OF ANEEL and the guidelines approved by the National Council for Energy Policy (CNPE). The focus of this presentation is to highlight the importance of this regulatory set for Brazil.
Moderator: Leandro Andrada Roda Marinho
Cyber Defense Manager, Petrobras
Production Engineer, Petrobras
Control Systems Engineer, Petrobras
Enterprise Automation Manager, Braskem
Head of Digital Transformation and Information Technology, Equinor