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Advanced Solutions to Ensure Protection and Survivability
Welcome to the 5th Annual Power Grid Resilience Summit!
The reliability of the U.S. electric power grid, as an underlying enabler for other critical infrastructure sectors (such as emergency services, communications, transportation, and others), is uniquely essential to protect.
In today's modern world, the power grid serves as the backbone of the United States critical infrastructure sector. The Utilities responsible for this tremendous responsibility have to constantly adapt to new and emerging challenges, many of which were never imagined during the creation of the current power grid.
It is financially impractical to pursue every solution simultaneously. Rather, grid owners and operators need identify new technologies and their potential impact on the safety and resiliency of the power grid quickly. This event will help identify key challenges and opportunities, as well as showcasing new technologies that will assist in the creation of a more secure grid.
Sr. Physical Security IT Systems Administrator
Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc.
Director of Information Security Architecture
Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc
Emergency Operations Center Manager
Southern California Electric
Chair of the 7th Power Grid Resilience Conference 2018
retired Senior Vice President, Dominion Resources, Inc.
Principal Critical Infrastructure Physical Security Advisor
Senior Manager Substation Automation/SCADA and Security
Pacific Gas & Electric
Director, Electric Network Strategy
Senior Infrastructure Engineer/TDM Engineering/Physical Security
Arizona Public Service
Director Applications Engineering and Technical Training
The Security Oracle, Inc.
Conseiller Analyse Prospective – Décentralisé à TransÉnergie, Expertise et technologies de sécurité, Direction principale – Sécurité corporative
Adjunct Professor - University of California San Diego, Senior Technical Director – Advisian Worley Parsons
Electric Power & Energy Co - Founder
Senior Fellow at The George Washington University Center for Cyber & Homeland Security (CCHS)
former Operations Director of the Electricity ISAC and Director of Critical Infrastructure Protection Programs at NERC
Chief Security Officer / Director, Event Analysis/Situational Awareness/Threat Identification