This conference is a must-attend event for anyone interested in participating in the process of developing Best Practices in electric grid cybersecurity. Best Practices are approaches to grid security that are over and above NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection standards and more aggressive at protecting the grid. Nearly half of all power and utility CEOs expect to be a victim of a cyber attack, according to a recent KPMG study, while the DHS and FBI acknowledge that Russian hackers are already in our electric grid.
This day-long conference will feature expert speakers analyzing key best practice in utility cybersecurity topics in-depth. This is an interactive event as all sessions will feature extensive Q&A from the audience.
Utility executives & network security managers; Cybersecurity and IT/OT professionals; Software and hardware technology providers; Planning and risk management analysts; SCADA and ICS managers; Cyber security consultants and analysts; Executives at energy management service providers; Universities and research labs focusing on cybersecurity issues.
1. Updated understanding of cyber threats facing the utility industry
2. Analysis of best practices and approaches industry and supply chain must adapt
3. Interact with top cybersecurity specialists
Q&A interactions, Networking (breakfast, coffee breaks, lunch, cocktail reception)
Monday, January 27, 2020
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
$125 (until 12/15)
$175 (after 12/15)