NAWC Cybersecurity Symposium
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The National Association of Water Companies (NAWC) will host its inaugural 2019 NAWC Cybersecurity Symposium on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at the Army-Navy Club in Washington, D.C. The day-long event will bring together industry, regulators and federal partners to discuss emerging threats, best practices, and innovative solutions to address today’s complex cybersecurity landscape.
Event speakers include:
- Dr. Matthew Dunlop, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer for Under Armour
- James Turgal, managing director in Deloitte & Touche’s Cyber Risk Services practice
- Chris Inglis, managing director at Paladin and a former Deputy Director of the National Security Agency
- State public utility commissioners, Gladys Brown of Pennsylvania, Eric Anderson of Idaho and Mary-Anna Holden of New Jersey, who will share their perspective on how state regulation intersects with cyber preparedness.
A variety of industry and federal professionals will take part in three panels that will provide guests with additional technical insights and actionable takeaways:
- Best Practices – What your utility needs to know to protect its operations from the most common cybersecurity threats.
- Industrial Control Systems – The soft underbelly of utility business and service operations.
- The Policy of Protection – How government and industry work together to create relevant, timely, and innovative solutions that address today’s complex cybersecurity landscape.