Significant advancements are being made to digitalise and automate industrial operations. Critical infrastructure is becoming more and more digitally connected to make society safer, bring down costs and increase efficiency.

These benefits come at a risk and cyber threats to industrial facilities are becoming more common, complex, and creative as operational technology (OT) – the systems that manage, monitor, automate and control industrial operations – increasingly networks and connects to IT environments.

The manufacturing, energy, telecom, and transport sector, including shipping, are joining the top 10 of IBM’s 2022 X-Force Threat Intelligence Index.

Good news is industrial companies’ investment in cyber security in Norway is now increasing. More focus is being placed on identifying where companies are vulnerable to attack, and putting the people, process, and technology measures in place to defend their IT and OT environments. But all this effort will make no difference if the security posture of a company’s supply chain is not equally strengthened.

In this breakfast webinar, industrial cyber security experts from DNV and law firm Simonsen Vogt Wiig will provide insights on how you can mitigate cyber related to your supply chain. The seminar covers important aspects of cyber security maturity assessment and provides guidance on regulatory requirements and how to govern cyber security risks in supplier contracts.

This event is specifically useful for:
Project managers, asset managers and non-technical roles such as legal, procurement, responsible or related to cyber security across energy, maritime and manufacturing sectors and its supply chain.


08.00: Meet & greet, including breakfast

08.30: General cyber security supply chain maturity

  • Identify your suppliers its supplyer
  • Assess how maturity is across your suppliers supply chain
  • Establish the gaps and the way forward

09.00: Regulatory framework and how to handle cyber security in supplier contracts

09.30: Q&A and discussions

Please register for the complimentary seminar. There is a limited number of seats, so a first-come, first-served basis will apply.

Register here