Meeting & Venue Details
Hybrid Event: The event will be both in-person and virtual/online.
The zoom invitation will be emailed the day before the meeting.
Note: Email containing the Zoom information may be filtered into spam, so please check there if you haven’t received the email. If you have not received your Zoom link by 3:00pm CST on the 26th, please email email@example.com for assistance.
27 February 2024 Meeting
Attention Cybersecurity Committee Participants:
The following list of agenda items is provided in preparation for the upcoming “hybrid” in-person & virtual Well Control Committee meeting to be convened from 9 am to 11 am
CST on 27 January 2024:
• Meeting opening & introductions – Darren/Jim 5 min
• Cyber Security/Safety Share 5 min
• Committee Co-Chair (Offshore) Election; Candidates as follows: 15 min
Robert Roell – Valaris
Juliano Giannerini – Seadrill
• API Cybersecurity Initiative(s) Intro & Update – Suzanne Lemieux 10 min
o Operator insights since last meeting
• Subject Matter items of Note – Jim Rocco 15 min
o Cyber Resilience Act: Council and Parliament Strike a Deal on Security Requirement for Digital Products
o 2022 Cyber Stats:
o Sangfor Info
o Building Cyber Resilience in the Oil & Gas Industry
o U.S. Presidential Executive Order – Expansion of
o Pending U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Cybersecurity Notice
of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM)
• BSEE Offshore Regulatory Update – Stacey Noem 20 min
• Committee Outlook Discussion – Darren/Ming/Dominic 25 min
o Guidelines Revision – Way forward
▪ Collaboration opportunities/considerations
▪ Other __________
• Any other Business 10 min
• Close Meeting 10:45 – 11:00 am
Thank you in advance for your support!
Darren Ruhr, Well Control Committee Chair
Ming Yeo & Dominic Keller, Co-Vice Chair
IADC Cybersecurity Committee Mission
To develop digital security guidelines for drilling assets that are built upon existing industry standards and best practices. To develop easy-to-use, practically applicable and tailored cybersecurity guidelines for drilling assets. Review existing cybersecurity regulations, industry best practices and standards of relevance for industrial control systems and drilling assets. This process begins with clearly defining the approach for standards to follow, and subsequently moving to align with standards that can be practically applied to drilling assets.