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Cyber Senate welcomes Omicron Electronics Andreas Klien

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Andreas Klien Head of Business Area Power Utility Communication, OMICRON electronics


BIO: Andreas Klien studied computer science at the Vienna University of Technology, where he also received his master’s degree in


computer engineering. Andreas joined OMICRON in Klaus (Austria) in 2005, first as a developer and project manager, later as team lead for IEC 61850 product development. Since 2018, Andreas has been responsible for the Power Utility Communication (PUC) business at OMICRON. His fields of experience are in substation communication (15+ years), SCADA, and power systems cyber security (10+ years). As a member of the WG10 in TC57 of the IEC he is participating in the development of the IEC 61850 standard series. SESSIONS: Panel Session: Supply Chain and 3rd Party Risk 10-02-2021, 16:10 - 16:40 Are we identifying risk in the supply chain? How are we doing this and if not how can we improve? Information Sharing on supply chain threats, common practices, challenges and ways we can improve How can we more effectively build trust with our suppliers and industry peers? How can we better communicate supply chain risk? Sourcing and Procurement - how can we better communicate cyber risk contractually and move away from the 'break and fix' model with our suppliers Lets look closer at how vendors, infosec leaders and engineering are working together in ensuring security of OT products


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