***FREE Virtual Event***
InfraGard Los Angeles and InfraGard San Diego, along with the National Sector Security & Resiliency Program (NSSRP) Transportation Sector have collaborated with private industry and government to pull together a two-day national symposium addressing the following issues.
Cybersecurity in the supply chain is no longer just an IT problem. Maritime, intermodal, rail and port security must work as an integrated whole. Those who want to do us harm range from nation states and terrorists to criminal elements and activists. The unfortunate reality is the gains in productivity from technology have left us more exposed than ever. Those who want to do us harm have integrated cyber, kinetic, physical, and reputational threats into orchestrated attacks. Our defenses must be as deliberate as well.
Each day is independent, but mutually supportive. Register below.
**Please note: This class is eligible for CPE credit from ASIS
Day 1 (March 17): Indicators of a cyber-attack in our global maritime intermodal world
• Opening salutation by honored guest (FBI exec)
o Assistant Director, Office of Private Sector Michael Sullivan, FBI Headquarters
• Keynote: Anatomy of Maritime Cyber Attack: Targets, Methods, Outcomes
o Speaker: Dr. Darryl Williams
• FBI Maritime Threat Briefing
• Attacks and the defense of Maritime and Intermodal infrastructure
o Greg Wessel
• Adapting to Technological Change while Mitigating Cyber Threats
o Alex Sharpe
• Panel: Maritime Ports: Intermodal Cyber Threats
o Moderator: Rear Admiral Tim Sullivan, USCG (Ret)
o Jill Taylor, Port of Los Angeles, Homeland Security Manager
o Mike Egerton, Port Authority NY&NJ, Manager of Port Security
Who should attend:
Open to anyone. Business leaders in maritime intermodal transportation; cyber defense professionals; federal, state, county & local law enforcement and intelligence officers; US military; academics; private security professionals; all members of InfraGard and DSAC.