CyberCon Power & Utilities CISO Summit and Cybersecurity Conference
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Event submitted on Wednesday, November 6th 2019, approved by Henry Dalzel ✓
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Cybersecurity and the Grid … Are you in the race to protect the grid? Make plans now to participate in the 2020 CyberCon Power & Utilities CISO Summit and Cybersecurity Conference, scheduled March 29 – April 1 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. CyberCon is a comprehensive, must-attend event connecting executives and decision-makers in the power and utility industry to cybersecurity experts and industry-specific solutions. By attending CyberCon, utility executives, including CEOs, COOs, CISOs, CSOs and other senior-level decision makers, will experience unparalleled access to proven strategies and technologies to safeguard their assets and the United States power grid.
CyberCon features power and utility executives from such industry giants as Sempra Energy, Southern Company, AECOM, North American Electricity Reliability Corporation (NERC), Electrical Power Research Institute (EPRI), United States Energy Association and Idaho National Laboratories, as well as cybersecurity experts from such innovative firms as Siemens, Cisco, Hacking for Defense, Threat Watch, Bk97 Digital and the MITRE Corporation. Plus, thought leaders and national security experts from such high-profiled organizations as the United States Cyber Command, CIA, FBI, John Hopkins and Sheppard Mullin will all be in Anaheim with one goal: to reveal strategies, solutions, and current/emerging technologies that can protect the U.S. power grid from further cyber-attacks.
Themed “Power On,” this conference features more than 40 speakers and includes a robust agenda on such topics as “Cybersecurity as National Security”, “View From the C-Suite”, “Cyber Warfare and What it Means to Utility Companies”, “Risk Management”, and “Securing an Interconnected World.”
Online registration will open November 15th. Group registration discounts are available and details are on the CyberCon website at www.CyberConConference.com