Cybersecurity Strategies for Highly Interconnected Devices, Sensors and Cloud Analytics
Series: EVs, Smart Cities and DERMS
Time: 12:30 PM – 1:15 PM CT
Cybersecurity for EVs, smart cities, and DERMS is defined not only by how systems protect themselves, but how they connect to other devices. Points of interconnection include the cloud for analytics and storage, historian replication to the cloud, digital twins for preventative maintenance, occupancy sensors for buildings, intelligent power sharing, and protocol negotiation between EVs and the grid. Each of these connections has the potential to introduce threats to critical systems. Nathan Wallace, an active member of the IEEE, will join our panel to discuss the latest updates to security and reliability standards including 1547.3 and NERC PRC, as well as ongoing work by the IEEE’s Power System Communications and Cybersecurity Technical Committee to develop strategies and standards for protecting our increasingly interconnected smart grid.
Scott Coleman, VP, Marketing at Owl Cyber Defense
Brian Romansky, Chief Innovation Officer at Owl Cyber Defense
Mark Prince, Retired Entergy 2020/Owner at Optional Solutions, LLC
Nathan Wallace, Director of Cyber Operations at Cybirical