EnergySec Security & Compliance Summit

Monday, October 04 2021 10:00 AM - Wednesday, October 06 2021 3:00 PM [PDT]

1600, Disneyland Drive, Anaheim, CA, 92802, United States

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Monday, October 04 2021 10:00 AM - Wednesday, October 06 2021 3:00 PM [PDT]

Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, 1600, Anaheim, CA, 92802, United States.

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Masks will be required while indoors at all times. Individual speakers will not be required to wear masks while on stage, panelists will follow social distancing guidelines. You can view Disney’s updated COVID19 Regulations and Guidance here.

 

Our Annual Security and Compliance Summit returns for our 16th Anniversary! We are still the premier security conference for critical infrastructure and one of the longest running events of its kind in the nation.

The unique qualities of our Summit reside in the vast array of industry leaders and experts we invite to participate in the event.  Attendees benefit from a diverse collection of perspectives, knowledge, and experience as our presenters and panelists journey from destinations all around nation and globe! With such a concentration of thought leadership and talent, the stage is set for passionate discussion and debate on a variety of topics that highlight the burning issues and evolving needs of our industry.

Navigate our Summit page to learn more about this year's exciting topics and speakers. Registrations and rooms go fast so start planning your educational experience and relaxing fun in the sun today!

Attendees will have the benefit of accessing discounted pricing for rooms at the Grand Californian Hotel and theme park tickets. Details will be emailed to the attendee after the purchase of registration. 

Who should attend?

Anyone with an interest in security or related compliance requirements in the energy sector should consider attending. This includes the following roles and more.

  • Chief technology officers (CTO)
  • Chief security officers (CSO)
  • Chief information officers (CIO)
  • General Managers (municipal, coops, power plants, etc)
  • Cybersecurity managers and staff
  • NERC Compliance managers and staff
  • Operational technology support
  • Compliance managers and staff
  • IT & security architects
  • Cyber risk managers
  • Auditors
  • Security analysts
  • Program and Project managers
  • State regulatory commission staff
  • Program and Project managers
  • State regulatory commission staff
  • National Lab personnel

Cancellation policy

Refunds available up to 30 days prior to the event.

EnergySec

energysec.org

The Energy Sector Security Consortium, Inc. (EnergySec) is a United States 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation formed to support energy sector organizations with the security of their critical technology infrastructures. Through our membership program, we support collaborative initiatives and projects that help enhance the cybersecurity resiliency of these organizations Today, our community includes individuals from a broad range of utilities, industry product and service vendors, academic institutions, national labs, regulatory organizations, and government entities, with formal membership representing 160 electric utilities having headquarters in 25 states and operations in several others. In addition to our formal membership, numerous other utilities participate in our community events and educational programs. Our membership and participation ranges from the largest utilities in North America to small local utilities with less than 250 employees.

Contact the Organizer

Manuel Vazquez
Critical
Idaho

About Manuel Vazquez

Critical
Idaho
Robert Johnson
President
Cimcor

Robert E. Johnson, III is the President/CEO and co-founder of Cimcor, Inc. Founded in 1997, Cimcor develops cutting-edge IT security software that takes real-time file change detection to the next level by offering instant remediation of changes.  Mr. Johnson has led the development of multiple commercial software packages and several patented and patent-pending technologies. 

https://www.cimcor.com/

About Robert Johnson

President
Cimcor
Justin Quevedo
Power
Tacoma

About Justin Quevedo

Power
Tacoma
Jason McCoy
Director
Southern

About Jason McCoy

Director
Southern

About Barbara Hins-Turner

Co-PI
WSU
Ben Miller
VP, Professional Services and R&D
Dragos, Inc.

Ben Miller is Vice President of Professional Services and R&D at the industrial cyber security company Dragos, Inc. where he leads a team of analysts responding to OT/ICS intrusions and delivery of assessments, hunts, training, and research efforts to improve OT/ICS defenses and security. Prior to joining Dragos, Ben began his career in the Electric sector. First at Constellation Energy Group where he built their monitoring and response team and then at NERC where he assisted in standing up the Electricity ISAC and analysis of cyber threats and vulnerabilities. Ben is an accomplished speaker in various venues including BlackHat, RSA, SANS, S4, ICSJWG, and others. In 2017 he was recognized as a 2017 Difference Maker Award Winner by SANS for his contributions to the electricity sector.

www.dragos.com

About Ben Miller

VP, Professional Services and R&D
Dragos, Inc.
Andrew Bochman
Senior Grid Strategist
National & Homeland Security

About Andrew Bochman

Senior Grid Strategist
National & Homeland Security
Ted Rassieur
Senior Engagement Manager
Tripwire

Ted Rassieur has been in the IT industry for 18 years and worked with Tripwire for 6 years in the Customer Services group. In this time with Tripwire Ted has worked with 100’s of customers to help solve compliance and security challenges. In his current role, Ted is responsible for scoping new services projects as well as solution implementation. These duties require mapping tools, team skills and best practices to customer needs for creating workable solutions. Ted also contributes to advancing Tripwire’s solution for NERC regulated customers. Prior to work in compliance and security, Ted worked in software configuration management.

About Ted Rassieur

Senior Engagement Manager
Tripwire
Robin Berthier
CEO
Network Perception

Dr Robin Berthier is the co-founder and CEO of Network Perception. He has over 15 years experience in the design and development of network security technologies. He was part of the University of Illinois research team that originally developed the technology that drives the Network Perception Platform. He received his PhD in the field of cybersecurity from the University of Maryland College Park before joining the Information Trust Institute (ITI) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) as a Research Scientist.

About Robin Berthier

CEO
Network Perception
Brent Castagnetto
Managing Partner CISSP, MABR
Archer

Brent Castagnetto brings over 13 years of Information Security expertise to Archer Energy Solutions. During his 6 years as Manager of Cyber Security Audits at the nations largest Regional Entity (WECC), Mr. Castagnetto played an integral role in developing the CIP audit approach nationwide. Mr. Castagnetto’s leadership was instrumental in driving significant changes to the TFE process and the NERC Rules of Procedure. During his time at WECC, Mr. Castagnetto also served as co-chair of the Compliance Monitoring Functional Group (CMFG) and on several other committees. Mr. Castagnetto’s expertise covers regulatory compliance and information security of both the financial services and energy sectors. Prior to joining WECC, Mr. Castagnetto worked as a Security Architect, and later a Senior Sales Engineer, where he successfully implemented large-scale infrastructure projects and managed teams of security professionals. Mr. Castagnetto also has experience administering enterprise network, security, and server infrastructure for several large financial institutions and Fortune 500 companies. Brent attended Utah Valley University and holds the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification as well as the Certified Business Resilience Manager (CBRM), Certified Business Resilience Auditor (CBRA) certifications.

About Brent Castagnetto

Managing Partner CISSP, MABR
Archer
Maggie Morganti
Product Security Researcher
Schneider Electric

Maggie Morganti is a Product Security Researcher at Schneider Electric where she works on vulnerability handling, supply chain security, and secure product development for power systems. She also serves as the Director-Elect of the ISA Communications Division (COMDIV). She previously held roles as a Cyber Technical Staff member for Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Power & Energy Systems team and as a Threat Intelligence Analyst for FireEye Mandiant’s Cyber-Physical team. She holds a M.S. in Intelligence Studies with a focus on cybersecurity from Mercyhurst University.

About Maggie Morganti

Product Security Researcher
Schneider Electric
Michael Colao
Manager of Data Protection and Assurance
Arizona Public Services

Michael Colao has been the Manager of Data Protection and Assurance within Arizona Public Services’ (APS) Cybersecurity group since 2014. His team is responsible for the governance of internal controls framework supporting the protection of APS’ personally identifiable information of customers and employees, Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP), Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) and Export Compliance. The ongoing monitoring and evolving of a data protection program, along with its training and awareness are focal points to the success of his team. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) has become a major pillar in his team’s multi facet approach to protecting highly confidential information in APS’ inventory, in both on-prem and cloud infrastructure. Prior to joining APS, Colao spent the better part of 15 years in operational business and finance roles beginning with Deloitte, LLP. He holds a certification as a certified information privacy professional (CIPP/US) from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Originally from upstate New York, Michael has a BBA from Niagara University.

About Michael Colao

Manager of Data Protection and Assurance
Arizona Public Services
Eric Floyd
Director of Industrial Solutions, Network Applications & Security Group
Keysight Technologies

Eric has 25 years of experience in global business development, strategic partnerships, and consulting in the Industrial and Carrier markets, with lengthy stints with Samsung in Korea, Cisco in the Asia-Pacific region, and Microsemi in the US. Now based in Silicon Valley, Eric is responsible for building Keysight’s Industrial cybersecurity and network visibility business through technology partnerships, new solutions development, and strategic account engagement with utilities, manufacturing, and transportation organizations. Eric completed his MBA at UC Berkeley and his BA in Economics at the University of Virginia.

https://www.keysight.com/us/en/home.html

About Eric Floyd

Director of Industrial Solutions, Network Applications & Security Group
Keysight Technologies
Kylie McClanahan
Ph.D. student, Computer Science
University of Arkansas

Kylie McClanahan is a doctoral student in the Department of Computer Science and Computer Engineering at the University of Arkansas and a senior software developer at Bastazo, Inc. She has significant background in and knowledge of the electric sector through research, internships, and industry connections. Her research focuses on automating vulnerability and patch management using machine learning techniques. Recently, she published research concerning a strategy to automatically propose mitigation actions when patching is unavailable, and she is currently working on methods to optimize patch scheduling.

About Kylie McClanahan

Ph.D. student, Computer Science
University of Arkansas
Ronald Keen
Senior Advisor, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

About Ronald Keen

Senior Advisor, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Dennis Gammel
R&D Director
SEL

Dennis Gammel is a graduate of the University of Idaho with a B.S. in Applied Mathematics and has been actively working in the computing and communications industries since 1996. His career experience includes network security design, ICS network architecture, embedded product development, ASIC simulation, and firmware design with RTOS application development. Dennis is presently working with SEL Engineering Services researching cybersecurity solutions for Energy Delivery Systems (EDS). He has been with SEL since March 2005 and carries with him 20 years of secure firmware and network engineering experience.

https://selinc.com/

About Dennis Gammel

R&D Director
SEL
Michael Firstenberg
Director of Industrial Security
Waterfall Security

Mike Firstenberg is the Director of Industrial Security for Waterfall Security. Mike brings over two decades of experience in Process Control Security, specializing in Control System Cyber Security. The former chair of the American Water SCADA Council, Mike studied Computer Science, Chemical Engineering, and Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania, and has served as a speaker and panelist at hundreds of conferences and events around the world. Mike participates actively in ISA, is a member of the ICSJWG Industrial Steering Team, and serves on committees that have created Industrial Cybersecurity guidelines and roadmaps in many sectors.

About Michael Firstenberg

Director of Industrial Security
Waterfall Security
Scott Crow
Senior Account Executive
FoxGuard Solutions

Scott Crow has been in technology and security for over 25 years, working with Fortune 500 companies to build secure systems to enable business efficiency and continuity. He’s been with FoxGuard Solutions working directly with Energy Utilities for 5 years and has spoken on both Cybersecurity and NERC CIP Compliance at NATF, SERC, FRCC, ERCOT and other industry organizations and specializes in helping utilities become more efficient and automation of what is a labor-intensive burden to enable better utilization of constrained resources and ensuring NERC CIP Compliance.

About Scott Crow

Senior Account Executive
FoxGuard Solutions
Tim Watkins
Lead Application Engineer
SEL

Tim started in avionics in 1993. He began implementing security controls to increase the resiliency of mission critical systems from humans. He later finished his BS in college and subsequently graduated with an MSA from Central Michigan in International Leadership in 2010. Additionally, he graduated at the top of his class in a master’s level Telecommunications and Systems Engineer Course from Fort Gordon in 2004. Following 20 years of DoD experience as a network and cyber engineer, Tim joined Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc in 2013. He is now a Lead Application Engineer focusing on securing critical control systems and designing defendable architectures for system owners around the world. Tim concentrates on holistically looking at reducing risk at the enterprise and organization level. Ultimately, his expertise will prioritize efforts, increase resiliency, and mature system owner’s plans, policies, and procedures.

About Tim Watkins

Lead Application Engineer
SEL
Colin Gordon
Senior Research Engineer
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.

Colin Gordon is a senior research engineer with over a decade of experience at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories. He is currently active in its Infrastructure Defense division. Colin’s work experience includes the engineering and implementation of cybersecure communication networks and the research and design of embedded cryptographic security controls for risk mitigation and regulatory compliance purposes. Colin joined SEL in January 2008 and holds a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from the University of Idaho.

About Colin Gordon

Senior Research Engineer
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.
Steel McCreery
Utility Communications Application Engineer
OMICRON Electronics

Steel McCreery has thirty-six years of application experience in the area of data communication, automation, training, and cyber security. In 1983 after graduating from Humber College of Applied Arts and Science, Steel began his career in the area of factory automation while employed at various automation equipment manufactures such Reliance Electric, Modicon, GE Fanuc, Omron, and Siemens. During this time Steel’s duties included application design and commissioning of PLC’s, variable speed drive systems, multi axis motion control systems and communications networks. Steel work spanned various industrial segments from mining to automotive and his success developing and delivering automation and communications courses and seminars afforded him the opportunity to develop national automation training centers for Siemens and Omron. Steel joined GE Multilin in 1999 to develop their international training center focused on protective relaying and substation automation. Over the 14 years at GE Multilin Steel’s role expanded into marketing and R&D before accepting an automation role at SEL. Shortly after joining SEL, Steel focused on SEL’s communications and cyber security products ranging from multiplexers, traditional Ethernet switches and security appliances to SDN switches. During this time Steel also had the opportunity to develop and deliver many customer communications seminars and courses. Steel joined Omicron in 2020 where his role’s focuse is on utility communications and cyber security.

About Steel McCreery

Utility Communications Application Engineer
OMICRON Electronics
Samuel Chanoski
Technical Relationship Manager, Cybercore Integration Center
Idaho National Laboratory

Sam Chanoski delivers technical leadership, expertise, and strategic insights to Cybercore’s portfolio of multi-million-dollar critical infrastructure security and resilience projects sponsored by the Department of Energy, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of Defense. He influences the development of large, long-term sustained programs for research, development, demonstration, and deployment associated with control system cybersecurity for nationally critical infrastructure, with particular focus on the energy sector. Prior to joining INL, Sam spent sixteen years working in intentionally diverse positions across the electricity industry including real-time operations and maintenance with three large investor-owned utilities, situation awareness and event analysis with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation, intelligence with Electricity ISAC, and as the global security incident response team leader for a major manufacturer. Sam’s professional interests include real-time transmission and distribution operations, organizational behavior, control systems cybersecurity, and emergency management and resilience.

About Samuel Chanoski

Technical Relationship Manager, Cybercore Integration Center
Idaho National Laboratory
Navroop Mitter
CEO
ArmorText

https://armortext.com/

About Navroop Mitter

CEO
ArmorText
Steve Parker
President
EnergySec

Steven Parker, CISA, CISSP, is a founding director of EnergySec. He has been engaged in critical infrastructure protection within the electric sector for more than 14 years, including eight years as a senior security staff member at a large west coast utility. He was also one of the original NERC CIP auditors for the WECC region. He has been with EnergySec full-time since 2010.

www.energysec.org

About Steve Parker

President
EnergySec
Matt Caves
Senior Manager, Legal & Regulatory Compliance
Western Farmers Electric Cooperative

About Matt Caves

Senior Manager, Legal & Regulatory Compliance
Western Farmers Electric Cooperative
Scott Klauminzer
CIP Program Manager | Cyber Security Architect
Tacoma Power

About Scott Klauminzer

CIP Program Manager | Cyber Security Architect
Tacoma Power
Jeanette Sherman
Director of Product Marketing
Finite State

Jeanette Sherman, Director of Product Marketing at Finite State, has been writing professionally for over 20 years, with 7 years working for software companies after extensive newsroom and publishing experience. Jeanette believes that real-world examples and human-level stories are key to helping enterprises understand how attackers can have a real-world impact on their teams and customers. Jeanette has previously helped startups tell their stories about process automation, AI, and digital asset management, as well as creating content for Intel's IoT Group and partners. She believes device security in the era of IoT is about to be more important than anyone ever realized.

About Jeanette Sherman

Director of Product Marketing
Finite State
Nicholas Vidovich
Principal Product Manager
Finite State

Nicholas Vidovich is Principal Product Manager for Device Composition Analysis at Finite State, which provides complete visibility into the supply chain for connected devices, including identifying all third-party components, their risks, vulnerabilities, and license information. After graduating from Ohio Northern University, Nicholas began his career at Battelle Memorial Institute where he worked on scalable data processing pipelines, real time physics based robotics simulations, interactive multi-touch data visualization, dark web scraping and analysis, and scientific document search platforms. Nicholas was a founding engineer at Finite State in 2017, and has been working in cyber security since 2011.

About Nicholas Vidovich

Principal Product Manager
Finite State
Michael Cutshaw
Software Developer/Analyst
Idaho National Laboratory

Michael Cutshaw obtained his Master’s in Computer Science with a specialization in Cybersecurity from Dakota State University, and now works with Idaho National Laboratory in the areas of reverse engineering, cyber security, software development, and machine learning. Michael is a technology and security enthusiast and enjoys the topics both on and off the clock.

About Michael Cutshaw

Software Developer/Analyst
Idaho National Laboratory
Zach Priest
Infrastructure Security Researcher
Idaho National Laboratory | Infrastructure Security

Short Biography: Three years with Idaho National Laboratory as an Infrastructure Security Researcher, with focusing on software development and tooling for various research projects. An avid lover of technology, security and electronics, Zach received his Bachelor’s in Computer Science/Cybersecurity from Boise State University, and is currently taking graduate courses in Computer Science from University of Idaho.

About Zach Priest

Infrastructure Security Researcher
Idaho National Laboratory | Infrastructure Security
Greer Galloway
Software Developer and Analyst
Idaho National Laboratory – Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience

Greer Galloway graduated with a B.S in Computer Science from Brigham Young University Idaho in 2020. She then started work at Idaho National Laboratory researching malware and creating processes to make threat response plans. Greer has experience creating and analyzing with Structured Threat Information Expression (STIX) supporting many projects. She has developed web and xml scrapers and worked heavily on the latest release of Structured Threat Intelligence Graph (STIG).

About Greer Galloway

Software Developer and Analyst
Idaho National Laboratory – Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience
Christian O. Hunt
Principal Security Engineer
Copado

Christian O. Hunt has a technical career spanning over 30 years. He has developed security solutions for various private sector and government organizations. He is a former vulnerability researcher and long-time hacker specializing in reverse-engineering, malware analysis and esoteric hardware security with a focus on RF-based side-channel attacks. Based on his interest in RF, side-channel attacks, and signals analysis, he performed successful research for the DARPA Cyber FastTrack program involving the effects of electro-magnetic injection on imaging devices. . He has presented at various industry conferences such as Borderless Cyber, Bulletproof Hosting and Botnet Conference (Germany) BAE Systems (stuxnet), and Remote Monitoring and Control. The latter involved a talk on security in automated industrial systems (SCADA) and concluded with a demonstration of a custom-built microcontroller-based demonstration system showing the potential hazards of insecure automated processes. Mr. Hunt helped to create several fraud analysis and security monitoring systems while a member of the Technical Staff of the Global Information Security organization at eBay. Mr. Hunt is currently a Principal Security Engineer with Copado. He served as a subject matter expert on the California Energy Systems for the 21st Century project (CES-21) which was overseen by the Department of Energy, Department of Homeland Security, Idaho National Labs, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and the California Public Utilities Commission.He is actively involved in several OASIS standards as well as advanced cybersecurity research and development projects in the critical infrastructure domain. He currently resides in a laboratory in Northern California with his wife, two dogs, three cats, seven chickens, multiple faraday cages, and a growing aluminum farm.

About Christian O. Hunt

Principal Security Engineer
Copado

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09:00 AM

Registration Open

09:00 AM - 04:00 PMSequoia West Registration
10:00 AM
SEL Workshop

Creating an Enterprise Approach to Securing Organizations

10:00 AM - 05:00 PMSorrel Room
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  • Tim Watkins

    Lead Application Engineer

Sponsors

10:00 AM
Summit Plus

Securing and monitoring substation LANs using a Software Defined Network and Functional Security Monitoring

10:00 AM - 10:30 AMGoToWebinar
  • Steel McCreery

    Utility Communications Application Engineer

10:30 AM
Summit Plus

Threat Information: An Ocean of Confusion

10:30 AM - 11:00 AMGoToWebinar
  • Zach Priest

    Infrastructure Security Researcher

11:00 AM
Summit Plus

Generating Software Bill of Materials utilizing Structured Threat Information Expression JSON bundles

11:00 AM - 11:30 AMGoToWebinar
11:30 AM
Summit Plus

Creating an Attack Surface in Structured Threat Information Expression with Structured Threat Intelligence Graph

11:30 AM - 12:00 PMGoToWebinar
  • Greer Galloway

    Software Developer and Analyst

12:00 PM
Summit Plus

Binary Analysis: A Tale of Two Tools

12:00 PM - 12:30 PMGoToWebinar
  • Michael Cutshaw

    Software Developer/Analyst

12:30 PM
SEL Workshop

Lunch

12:30 PM - 01:00 PM
01:00 PM
Summit Plus

The Importance of Information Sharing: A Hacker's Perspective

01:00 PM - 01:30 PM
  • Christian O. Hunt

    Principal Security Engineer

01:30 PM
Security Breakout

Panel: Information Sharing Perspectives from Front-line Analysts

01:30 PM - 02:30 PM
  • Navroop Mitter

    CEO

02:30 PM

BREAK

02:30 PM - 03:00 PM
03:00 PM
Security Breakout

Protecting your Crown Jewels with Verification, Visibility, and Velocity.

03:00 PM - 03:30 PMTrillium B
  • Robin Berthier

    CEO

03:30 PM
Security Breakout

Targeted Ransomware requires New Approaches to OT Cyber Risk Managemen

03:30 PM - 04:00 PMTrillium B
  • Michael Firstenberg

    Director of Industrial Security

04:00 PM
Security Breakout

Machine Learning in Vulnerability and Patch Management

04:00 PM - 04:30 PM
  • Kylie McClanahan

    Ph.D. student, Computer Science

05:00 PM

Welcome Reception

05:00 PM - 06:30 PMBrisa Courtyard 1
07:00 AM

Registration Open

07:00 AM - 05:00 PMSequoia West Registration
08:30 AM
Plenary

Opening Remarks

08:30 AM - 08:45 AMSequoia North Ballroom
08:45 AM
Plenary and Summit Plus

Opening Keynote: Andy Bochman

08:45 AM - 09:15 AMSequoia North Ballroom
  • Andrew Bochman

    Senior Grid Strategist

09:15 AM
Plenary and Summit Plus

*Keynote* Critical Infrastructure: Noise and Bias in our security programs

09:15 AM - 10:00 AMSequoia North Ballroom
  • Ben Miller

    VP, Professional Services and R&D

Sponsors

10:00 AM

Networking Break

10:00 AM - 10:30 AMSequoia South Ballroom
10:30 AM
Plenary

Threat Modeling Power Systems of the Future

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Maggie Morganti

    Product Security Researcher

11:00 AM
Plenary

Zero Trust Is Measured Trust

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Colin Gordon

    Senior Research Engineer

11:30 AM
Plenary

CIP Baseline Strategies and Solution Maturity Model Introduction

11:30 AM - 12:00 PMSequoia North Ballroom
  • Ted Rassieur

    Senior Engagement Manager

Sponsors

12:00 PM

Lunch

12:00 PM - 01:15 PMBrisa Courtyard
01:15 PM
Plenary

BCSI In The Cloud – Microsoft O365 Cloud Journey

01:15 PM - 02:15 PM
  • Michael Colao

    Manager of Data Protection and Assurance

02:15 PM
Plenary

Presentations: Keysight, Finite State, Network Perception

02:15 PM - 03:15 PM
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  • Robin Berthier

    CEO

Sponsors

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03:15 PM

EXPO Hall OPEN

03:15 PM - 05:00 PMSequoia South Ballroom

Sponsors

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08:15 AM

Opening Remarks and Prize Drawings

08:15 AM - 08:30 AMSequoia North Ballroom
08:30 AM
Plenary

A Recovering Auditor’s Perspective: Virtualization and the NERC CIP Standards

08:30 AM - 09:00 AMSequoia North Ballroom
  • Brent Castagnetto

    Managing Partner CISSP, MABR

Sponsors

09:00 AM
Plenary

A Case Study on Monitoring in Operational Environments with Tacoma Public Utilities and the CimTrak Integrity Suite

09:00 AM - 09:30 AMSequoia North Ballroom
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  • Robert Johnson

    President

09:30 AM
Plenary

Cybersecurity Apprenticeships - BASIC Consortium Leadership

09:30 AM - 10:00 PM
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  • Jason McCoy

    Director

10:00 AM
Plenary

Networking Break

10:00 AM - 10:30 AMSequoia South Ballroom
10:30 AM
Panel

Panel: Where are you on the Cybersecurity Maturity Model and Why Does it Matter?

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMSequoia North Ballroom
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  • Scott Klauminzer

    CIP Program Manager | Cyber Security Architect

12:00 PM

LUNCH

12:00 PM - 01:15 PMBrisa Courtyard
01:15 PM
Plenary

CyOTE: Making Sense of What You Can See, Sooner

01:15 PM - 01:45 PMSequoia North Ballroom
  • Samuel Chanoski

    Technical Relationship Manager, Cybercore Integration Center

01:45 PM
Panel

Town Hall Session: The Next Five....

01:45 PM - 03:00 PMSequoia North Ballroom
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  • Ronald Keen

    Senior Advisor, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

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