Energy transition alone is set to add trillions-worth of investments in the ‘hardware’ of energy systems, the critical energy infrastructure, making the ‘software’ of energy security, cyber security, the key dilemma for companies, governments, and communities relying on a stable supply of energy in the era of fast-paced digital transformation.
This presentation seeks to shed light on how cyber security is changing energy security threat perceptions driven by emerging cyber security risks facing the energy sector and a nascent energy resilience system hoped to alleviate the challenges of energy transition.
Speaker: Dr. Slawomir Raszewski, Programme Leader on the MSc Oil and Gas Management (OGM) and Senior Lecturer in the Royal Docks School of Business and Law (RDSBL), University of East London (UEL). His research interests lie at the intersection of international political economy and business strategy. Dr Raszewski holds a PhD from the University of Leeds and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
When: Monday, October 23rd, 5.40-7.20 PM
Location: Room A415, CEU Vienna
Online: zoom link provided upon request