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Speakers

 Joel Austin
Joel Austin
CIO
Oncor Electric Delivery
 Mike Harris
Mike Harris
CIO
Clark Public Utilities
 Erfan Ibrahim PhD
Erfan Ibrahim PhD
Center Director, Cyber-Physical Systems Security & Resilience R&D
National Renewable Energy Lab
 George Khalil
George Khalil
ISO
City of Riverside
 Branndon Kelley
Branndon Kelley
CIO
American Municipal Power
 Dirk Mahling
Dirk Mahling
Chief Information Officer
Seattle City Light
 Scott King
Scott King
Director – Information Security
Sempra Energy Utilities
 Jeana Pieralde
Jeana Pieralde
Information Security & Compliance Manager
California Water Service Company
 Susan Ramonat
Susan Ramonat
CRO
SEI Investments
 Paul Reyes
Paul Reyes
VP of IT Infrastructure & Security Services
Energy Future Holdings
 Glenn Steiger
Glenn Steiger
CEO
Alameda Municipal Power
 Ernest Wohnig
Ernest Wohnig
Senior Global Cyber Security Advisor (Deputy CISO)
AES
 Ron Mraz
Ron Mraz
CEO
Owl Computing Technologies Inc.
 Jim Jones
Jim Jones
CIO
Great River Energy
 David Alexander
David Alexander
Director, IT Security
Los Angeles Department Water and Power

The Rise of Critical Infrastructure Attacks: Evolving the Organization to Respond and Prepare for Cyber Security Threats

The national and economic security of the United States depends on the reliable function of critical infrastructure, which was once isolated in terms of being NOT connected to the Internet.  

The attacks on critical infrastructure are a growing concern with greater convenience of connectivity. The once limited attack surface is now easier to access.  The attacks are on the increase and within critical infrastructure a cyber attack can mean loss of life not just loss of material and corporate assets. 

This Exchange focuses on several sectors of critical infrastructure including; energy, chemical, nuclear, healthcare, financial services and transportation.

What Sets This Event Apart?

Go beyond regulatory compliance and focus on true cyber security. In this Exchange, explore effective incident response and disaster recovery  management and organizational awareness to manage cyber security risk to systems, assets, data, controls and capabilities. 

Who Will You Meet?

Unlike other events, the Cyber Security for Critical Infrastructure Exchange will offer cyber security leaders the opportunity to hear and discuss successful strategies in a true peer-to-peer networking forum. Space is limited, request an invitation today to see if you qualify to attend.

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