2 – 3:30 p.m. Eastern
This event is open to Association utility members only and is free of charge.
Reliable data and information form the backbone for the everyday operation of a utility. On the IT side of the house, utilities have confidential customer data, billing/financial data and other sensitive corporate data that needs to be protected for privacy and competitive reasons. No less important is the protection of the Operational Technology (OT) required for the monitoring and operations of the power system—EMS/SCADA systems, substations, smart metering, telecommunications, protection systems, monitoring systems, and physical protection systems. Data flows across many systems and this data needs to be trustworthy for these systems to function. Speakers will provide an overview of a report developed specifically for public power systems in this area. Results from public power surveys and recommendations and best practices to safeguard data and information in transit will be provided.
The purpose of this presentation and report is to:
- Enhance understanding of the complex task of securing data and information communications for public power utilities
- Provide case studies to illustrate typical data and information cyber postures of small, medium and large sized public power utilities
- Provide recommendations for public power utilities to enhance their data and information communication security
Participants will receive a copy of the Association’s Information Assurance Report developed by AESI Inc.
This webinar and report was developed through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy (DE-OE0000811).
Who Should Participate
IT and OT managers and staff, cybersecurity personnel, utility managers, and leadership staff who have a role in cybersecurity and reliability.
- Sam Rozenberg, Engineering Services Security Manager, American Public Power Association, Arlington, Virginia
- Richard Ganton, Senior Engineer, AESI Inc.
- Ed Lauman, Vice President, Operational Technology, AESI Inc.
- Doug Westlund, Senior Vice President, AESI Inc.
- You will need a username and password to register. If you need assistance, please contact us.
- Log-in information for each webinar will be sent out the morning of the event (around 10:30 a.m. Eastern). If you do not receive the reminder email, please call 202-467-2976 or email [email protected]).
- Registration is for one phone line and one computer. If you have multiple employees participating in this webinar from the same organization and all are in the same location, you can have multiple people listen in via speaker phone.
- You may use voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) instead of a phone line. This option allows you to listen to the webinar audio through your computer’s microphone and speakers.
Questions for Speakers
We encourage registrants to submit topics and questions prior to the webinar—email them to [email protected]. Questions may also be submitted online via chat during the webinar.
Have questions? Contact 202-467-2921 or [email protected].