Management Committee

Management Team

Andrei Petrovski

With more than 20-year experience of working in academia, teaching a variety of disciplines roughly falling into the category of Computer Networks, Infrastructure and Security. His research expertise and interests include practical application of computer-assisted measurements, predictive maintenance, security of sensor and computer networks. He uses these technologies for remote monitoring, improving versatility and security of instrumentation systems, as well as for adding intelligent features to these systems (sensor fusion, adaptive and predictive control, fuzzy diagnostics and calibration). Application domains of his research include oil and gas industry, medicine and health informatics, electrical power systems and cyber security.
“I see my role in the Association as an academic lead, who sets up the educational agenda and provides a sound judgement on various research and academic activities taking place within the network”

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oliver

Andrew Oliver

Andrew is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Chemical Engineers, with an extensive career in senior technical leadership roles. He has a track record of delivering high-quality project results and positive change outcomes, especially in situations that combine Engineering, Manufacturing, OT and IT. His career has seen him lead multidiscipline teams in US, Europe, India and Asia. He has also mentored many individuals in their technical careers. Most recently Andy was Programme Manager for a substantial OT cyber security programme for a global chemicals company and is currently engaged on large scale OT Cybersecurity initiatives for a global brand. As a result, Andy offers insights into programme and project delivery to the benefit of the IOTSA community.

Senan Largey

With more than three decades in tech I have worked around system 38 to Cloud today and lots in between. My interest in critical national infrastructure comes from a belief that we are at risk from a breakdown in soceity from many of the vulnerabilities that lie within the systems which support our services.
As technologists and the businesses that supply services we have a responsibility (often legal) to ensure that we are proactive in ensuring infrastructure is fit for purpose. The reason I am involved with IOTSA is there needs to be a 'safe' place where all those stakeholders who are involved with ensuring our safety as a society talk openly about issues affecting operating technology, information technology, security and safety. I believe IOTSA can provide the environment where thought leaders and those tasked with running the infrastructure can share best practices and promote a safer future.

senan

Management Team

andrei

Andrei Petrovski

With more than 20-year experience of working in academia, teaching a variety of disciplines roughly falling into the category of Computer Networks, Infrastructure and Security. His research expertise and interests include practical application of computer-assisted measurements, predictive maintenance, security of sensor and computer networks. He uses these technologies for remote monitoring, improving versatility and security of instrumentation systems, as well as for adding intelligent features to these systems (sensor fusion, adaptive and predictive control, fuzzy diagnostics and calibration). Application domains of his research include oil and gas industry, medicine and health informatics, electrical power systems and cyber security.
“I see my role in the Association as an academic lead, who sets up the educational agenda and provides a sound judgement on various research and academic activities taking place within the network”

oliver

Andrew Oliver

Andrew is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Chemical Engineers, with an extensive career in senior technical leadership roles. He has a track record of delivering high-quality project results and positive change outcomes, especially in situations that combine Engineering, Manufacturing, OT and IT. His career has seen him lead multidiscipline teams in US, Europe, India and Asia. He has also mentored many individuals in their technical careers. Most recently Andy was Programme Manager for a substantial OT cyber security programme for a global chemicals company and is currently engaged on large scale OT Cybersecurity initiatives for a global brand. As a result, Andy offers insights into programme and project delivery to the benefit of the IOTSA community.

senan

Senan Largey

With more than three decades in tech I have worked around system 38 to Cloud today and lots in between. My interest in critical national infrastructure comes from a belief that we are at risk from a breakdown in soceity from many of the vulnerabilities that lie within the systems which support our services.
As technologists and the businesses that supply services we have a responsibility (often legal) to ensure that we are proactive in ensuring infrastructure is fit for purpose. The reason I am involved with IOTSA is there needs to be a 'safe' place where all those stakeholders who are involved with ensuring our safety as a society talk openly about issues affecting operating technology, information technology, security and safety. I believe IOTSA can provide the environment where thought leaders and those tasked with running the infrastructure can share best practices and promote a safer future.