Security Education Week

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April 23-27, 2018

Our Security Education Week events are designed for cybersecurity professionals currently employed at electric utilities in North America. Instructors include some of the brightest minds in utility security teaching a variety of technical topics relevant to our industry. Topics include Threat Hunting, Network Packet Analysis, Technical Security Assessments, security exercises, and more. In conjunction with these events, we typically arrange for facility tours to provide a behind the scenes look at just what we are working to secure.

We believe that a community of peers is critical to our mutual success in securing critical systems. To support that, Education Weeks include a variety of networking events designed to build relationships within industry and strengthen the community of cybersecurity professionals in our sector.

Attendees of this event will:

  • Increase their industry-relevant technical security knowledge
  • Increase their understanding of security-relevant operational aspects of the electric power industry.
  • Expand their relationships with other security professionals working at utilities throughout North America.

Who should attend?

  • Early to mid career cybersecurity staff from electric utilities
  • Senior security staff looking to augment their technical skills and industry knowledge
  • IT and OT support personnel seeking to add security skills

(Registration will open in late 2017)

Registration Fee:

Non Member Member
$3495.00 $2446.50

We are looking for knowledgeable individuals who can passionately and effectively share their subject matter expertise and real life experiences with students at our 2018 educational events. 

EnergySec’s Security Education Week was launched in 2017 and we are planning two such events in 2018. This is a week-long event with extended, deep technical educational sessions designed for cybersecurity professionals working at electric utilities in North America. Course sessions are typically no less than 4 hours, although we will consider 2-hour mini-courses with specific technical content relevant to our audience. Instructors may present their own material, or utilize EnergySec developed curriculum.

Topic areas of interest include:

  • Threat Hunting
  • Security Operations
  • Incident Response and Management
  • Security Investigations
  • Hands-on Exercises
  • Short courses on specific technologies and tools
  • Network Traffic Analysis
  • Security Log Management and Analysis
  • Malware Analysis
  • Threat Intelligence
  • Intrusion Detection
  • Operational Technology
  • Or propose your own topic

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