The Rise of Critical Infrastructure Attacks: Evolving the Organization to Respond & 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.
The 2017 Conference is an in depth focus on:
Information Sharing & Analysis Organizations (ISAOs)
Integrating Emerging Technology Threats In Annual Risk Assessment
Popcy & Government: Strategies, Popcies, Legislation, & Standards
Blockchain for Cybersecurity: Protecting Infrastructure, Data, & Telecommunications
NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Use & Development
Oncor Electric Delivery
Principal Consultant, Industrial Control Systems Security
Global Sales Manager of Security solutions for Industrial Control Systems (
Clark Public Utilities
North America Director of Sales
Owl Computing Technologies Inc.
National Renewable Energy Lab
Operational Technology Security Subject Matter Expert
Great River Energy
City of Riverside
Director – Information Security
Sempra Energy Utilities
Chief Information Officer
Director, Operations Technology & NERC Reliability Governance
Cyber Intelligence Unit Manager & CISO
VP of IT Infrastructure & Security Services
Energy Future Holdings
Alameda Municipal Power
Territory Account Manager
Join Chief Information Security Officers this September to:
Apply insight from 16+ areas of Critical Infrastructure Protection as designated by the Department of Homeland Security.
Focus on true cyber security and how it is impacting all of Crticial Infrastructure.
Develop organizational awareness and processes to manage cyber security risk to systems, assets, data, controls, and capabilities within Information Technology and Operational Technology Systems.
Adapting as the Industrial Internet of Things continues to change what and how the CISO needs to protect.
Keeping up with all of the laws and regulations that impact cyber security in jurisdictions around the world.
Streamline the human role in cyber security as Artifical Intelligence and automation provide ways to secure efficiently and more economically.
Defense Industrial Base
Materials & Waste
Water & Wastewater
Cyber Security for Critical Infrastructure Agenda 2017
The 2017 Agenda outlines the Cyber Security for Critical Infrastructure Event- outlining the 3 day portion, including speakers, sponsors, breakout sessions, and round tables. Download the brochure for more information.
Cyber Security for Crticial Infrastructure Sponsorship Brochure 2017
The 2017 Sponsorship Package includes sponsor benefits, the delegate profile, opportunities for one-on-one meetings, and more. Download the brochure below for more information.
"A sound security posture must be designed holistically. Having a single security team accountable for the overall design of the policies, program, procedures and architecture helps ensure that the needs of the company to fulfill its business objectives are met with the flexibility to manage security across all business domains without negatively impacting the desired business mission.” "
" This environment helped me learn about security solutions I may need or that I didn’t even know I needed. Let’s face it -- nobody knows everything, so this is a great opportunity to be able to learn. "
" I’ve been to three Exchanges now and the ROI for us has been the efficiency. Meeting one on one for 30 minutes with 10 to 12 CISOs really enables us to get our points across in a short period of time. The vast majority of those discussions end with us scheduling follow-up calls. We’re definitely going to participate in the four Cyber Security Exchanges scheduled in 2017.” "
"With such a small group of CISOs and cyber security vendors gathered together for 2.5 days, everyone here is able to dive into deep discussions of the issues and solutions.” "
" To be able to collaborate and share ideas with CISOs from some of the world’s biggest companies has been pretty amazing "
Venue & Travel
September 27-29, 2017