RH-ISAC’s Vice President of Intelligence is speaking at the Critical National Infrastructure Summit on June 25, 2019 at 2:45PM. He will be discussing “Building Resilience Among Private Sector.” How can federal/state agencies, critical infrastructure operators, academia and private industry best align and focus in order to prioritize and operationalize that understanding? Mr. Kizzee will discuss and demonstrate how information sharing and analysis centers and organizations aid in doing just that. This session will detail efforts and publish successful results in building capability, capacity, cooperation and confidence. It will outline how, by aligning key players to collectively focus on industry-wide resilience, we can together achieve valuable and measurable success in enterprise risk management.
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About the Critical National Infrastructure Summit 2019
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.
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