Supply Chain Risk
‍‍‍One Hour Speed Conference

Title Sponsor: Finite State

Oct 28, 2020 @ 12pm EST

The threat to the supply chain involves complex cyber risk from adversary nations who seek to exploit economic imbalances, as well as the indications of short-term stressors that have highlighted the intricate system of interdependencies that global markets demand for success.  Nowhere is this more apparent than within the energy sector - an apex critical infrastructure sector upon which our nation has heavily relied upon for uninterrupted support during this time.


Supply Chain Risk Panel

Sponsored by Finite State

Moderator: Nicholas Andersen

Deputy Assistant Secretary, Infrastructure Security and Energy Restoration, U.S. Department of Energy, CESER

Matt Wyckhouse

Founder & CEO, Finite State

Andrew Kling

Industry Automation Product Security Officer, Schneider Electric

Puesh M. Kumar

Principal Manager, Cybersecurity Engineering and Risk Management, Southern California Edison

Marty Edwards

Vice President, Operational Technology Security, Tenable

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