Critical National Infrastructure Summit


Alexandria, VA, United States

Protecting the Future of Critical Infrastructure

The future is now, and it's connected. Investment in Critical Infrastructure is higher now than it has been in the past decade. As systems evolve, interoperability and the convergence of cyber and physical security move to the fore. Technology is exposing vulnerabilities in existing security systems, forcing new approaches to enterprise risk management, and upending what we knew about preparedness and resiliency.

It's creating opportunity. What does this investment in critical infrastructure mean for the future of our cities? How can we leverage solutions to overcome siloes in critical infrastructure sectors, and encourage collaborative working in emergency response? What will the future of physical infrastructure protection look like?

The Critical National Infrastructure Summit 2019 will answer these questions. Connect with peers from government, critical infrastructure sectors, and solutions providers to discuss the future of integrated security. Be a part in building a resilient nation for the future, sign up to attend the Critical National Infrastructure Summit today.

Benefits of Attending

  • A unique forum where critical infrastructure operators and their federal government counterparts can come together to troubleshoot problems, vulnerabilities, and to discuss how to overcome these.
  • The first event of its kind to provide a dedicated space for critical infrastructure owners and operators to discuss advancing technologies in the industry.
  • A combination focus and workshop day, offering insights into the future of critical infrastructure through smart cities and additional risk management workshops.

Advisory Board

  • Dr. Reginald Brothers, Former Under Secretary for Science and Technology, Department of Homeland Security
  • Antonio Villafana, Chief Information Officer, Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD)
  • Steve Karoly, Former Acting Assistant Administrator, Transportation Security Administration
  • David Carroll, Senior Substation and SCADA Manager, Pacific Gas & Electric

Speakers

  • Brian Harrell, Assistant Director for Infrastructure Security, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
  • The Honorable Bob Kolasky, Director, National Risk Management Center, CISA
  • Ahsan Baig, Chief Information Officer, Alameda-Contra Costa Transit
  • Thomas Kuczynski, Chief Information Officer, DC Water
  • Reza Yazdi, Chief Information Officer, California Public Utilities Commission
  • Whitney Kellett, Chief Information Officer, Aqua America
  • Steve Brown, Vice President, Enterprise Security Services and Chief Security Officer, Xcel Energy
  • Chief W. Barnett Jones, Chief Security and Integrity Officer, Great Lakes Water Authority
  • Lewann Belton, Chief Information Officer: Cyber & Information Technology, Department of Energy - Savannah River Operations Office
  • Scott Aaronson, Vice President, Security and Preparedness, Edison Electric Institute
  • Ivelisse Cassas, Director of Security, DC Water
  • David McDonough, Division Manager: Police & Homeland Security, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
  • Robert Mitera, Senior Enterprise Architect: Infrastructure & Security, Reinhart Food Services
  • Bill Nelson, Chief Executive Officer, Global Resilience Federation
  • Frederic Petit ABCP, Principal Infrastructure Analyst / Research Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory
  • Jonathan Arnold, Chief Information Officer, AP Gas & Electric
  • Ron Fisher, Director, Idaho National Laboratory Resilience Optimization Center (IROC)
  • Antonio Villafana, Chief Information Officer, Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD)
  • Branndon Kelley, CIO, American Municipal Power
  • Darshan Divakaran, UAS Program Engineer, NC Department of Transportation Division of Aviation
  • John Childers, Director of Information Security, Aqua America
  • Lieutenant Joseph A. Hendry Jr., PSP, CLEE, Director of Risk Assessments, ALICE Training Institute
  • Dan Herway, Chief of Strategy and Innovation, Idaho National Laboratories
  • Ann Phillips, Special Assistant to the Governor for Coastal Adaptation and Protection, State of Virginia
  • Jon Monken, Senior Director, System Resiliency and Strategic Coordination, PJM Interconnection
Focus Day - Monday, 24 June 2019

Conference Day One
- Tuesday, 25 June 2019

Conference Day Two - Wednesday, 26 June 2019

Training Day - Thursday, 27 June 2019

Venue

Hilton Alexandria Mark Center
5000 Seminary Rd
Alexandria, VA, USA
22311

Accommodation
Located five miles from Washington, DC and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center sits near a serene lake and botanical preserve. Enjoy world-class amenities including 55,000 sq. ft. of indoor-outdoor meeting space and the award-winning Finn & Porter restaurant. Make their hotel your home away from home as you bask in the joy and comfort of the furnishings in their comfortable rooms, conveniently equipped with WiFi access and Direct TV.

Please call 703-845-1010 and identify you are part of the IQPC group to ensure the special rate of $189 (based on availability) or click here to book online. The group rate is available three days before and after event based on group rate availability. Please make your reservation before June 5th, 2019, in order to ensure you are eligible for the group rate (based on availability).

Please note: We will never recommend, approve or appoint any third party rooming service to act on our behalf. Please be extremely wary if you are approached by any such companies; regrettably a number of our speakers and sponsors have recently been targeted by companies claiming to beat the prices offered but this is simply a fraudulent attempt to secure your credit card details.