Review case studies of cyber breaches endured by community-owned utilities, looking at the operational and financial impacts of recent phishing, ransomware and other attacks. Learn how to build a public power action plan that includes a realistic cyber budget and insurance coverages.
- Cyber breaches on public power utilities
- Case studies of operational and business impacts
- Case studies of financial impacts
- The public power action plan
- Building your cyber budget
- Engaging with your insurance provider
- Engaging with your municipality
All levels of utility professionals and policymakers including utility managers, governing board members, financial professionals, and IT staff—designed to take an in-depth look at the true costs of being a victim of a cyber crime and how to budget for an effective cyber risk management program.
- Sarah Baldys, Senior Vice President, FINPRO Energy & Power, Marsh JLT Specialty
- Mark McKinney, MSIM, CISSP, CISA, CFE, CCFE, Director, Cyber Security Practice Area, AESI-US, Inc.
- Charise M. Swanson (moderator), Vice President of Consulting & Training, Hometown Connections, Inc.
- Kaitlin Upchurch, Senior Vice President, Cyber Practice Zone Leader, Marsh-Wortham
- Doug Westlund, P.Eng., MBA, Senior Vice President and Principal Consultant, AESI-US, Inc.
Join this two-part series to learn how to estimate all of the potential costs of a cyber attack and build a cybersecurity budget and risk management plan that is both reasonable and effective. Review trends in public power cyber crime and learn how to budget for cybersecurity monitoring and remediation services, public relations/media management, municipal insurance options, and other emerging cyber protection strategies.
Email [email protected].
Registration is for one person (individuals receive unique log in credentials that cannot be shared). Discounted group pricing is available.
Individual webinars: $109 for members; $209 for nonmembers. Click on a webinar title to register individually:
- Cyber Threat Landscape and Cost Modeling for Public Power: June 17
- Cyber Attack Case Studies and Action Plans for Public Power: June 24
The 2-part series (discounted price): $150 for APPA members; $300 for nonmembers
- Register for the series.
- Webinars are recorded, in case you miss the live version (registrants automatically receive the recording within 24 hours). Continuing education credits are not available for recorded events.
Save 50% when registering a group of 10 or more people. Contact [email protected] for details.
- You will need a username and password to register through our website. If you need assistance, please contact our web services staff.
How to Join a Webinar
- Log-in information will be sent out the morning of each event (around 10:30 a.m. Eastern). If you do not receive the reminder email, please email [email protected].
- Registration is for one person (individual logins are unique and cannot be shared). If you have multiple employees participating from one designated location (e.g., a conference room), all can listen and watch, though the completion certificate is only available to registered individuals.
- We encourage you to use voice over internet protocol (VoIP) instead of a phone line, if possible. This option provides the best audio quality and allows you to listen to the webinar through your computer’s microphone and speakers.
- For best results, we recommend using Google Chrome to log into the ClickMeeting platform.
- Each webinar is worth 1 CEU/.1 PDH/1.2 CPE credits; CPE Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
- Registrants are required to log in via the individual web link provided by email before the webinar and participate for at least 45 minutes of the event, in order to receive a completion certificate.
- The completion certificate is only available to the person who registered for the webinar. Attendance is confirmed by the webinar report log. Certificates are emailed within a day of the event.
- Links to all handouts and an audio recording will be sent out within 24 hours of the webinar.
We encourage you to submit questions for the speaker(s) in advance by emailing [email protected]. You may also ask questions through a chat feature during the webinar.
Have questions? Contact [email protected].