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Cyber Resilience Workshop Series

Themes: Cyber Resilience Policy and Cyber Physical Resilience - Lessons from Super Storm Sandy

 

      


 Sponsored by:  International Cyber Center, George Mason University; Transformation Series, National Defense University and CSC

When: February 20, 2013

Where: George Mason University, Fairfax Campus

Technical Point of Contact:  Dr. Arun Sood, GMU    {asood@gmu.edu}


Keynote Speaker:  General Michael V Hayden (Ret)



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Workshop Venue

The meeting will be held at "The Hub 3-4-5", George Mason University, Fairfax Campus, VA - 22030.

Parking: The Shenandoah Parking deck  is close to the Hub building.  All visitors are required to park in one of the parking decks.

Campus map is available at http://eagle.gmu.edu/map/fairfax.php  OR
https://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=&daddr=4400+University+Dr,+Fairfax,+VA+22030&hl=en&geocode=&mra=ls&sll=38.829913,-77.306757&sspn=0.009495,0.013797&ie=UTF8&z=16

Shuttle:  There is free Mason shuttle from Vienna metro station to Fairfax campus.
Additional information is at http://shuttle.gmu.edu/masontometro.html


Wednesday, February 20th



Panel 1:   Moderator: Robin L. Hicks, Director, JCTD Office, Office of Secretary of Defense
                Prof. Benoit Morel, Carnegie Mellon
University
                Prof. Duminda Wijesekera, George Mason University
                Gregory Capella, Department of Homeland Security


Panel 2:
    Cyber Resilience During Super Storm Sandy and the Reliance on Physical Resilience

In order for firms to stay resilient, operations depend upon physical infrastructure. Physical infrastructure includes wiring, transportation, water, electricity and functioning facilities. Panelists in this session will talk about the need to restore physical infrastructure quickly in order to ensure cyber resilience based upon the lessons learned during Super Storm Sandy. Hear about the challenges faced and how the sectors worked together and with government to bring infrastructure up as rapidly as possible.

Moderator:
Denise Anderson, VP FS-ISAC, Government Cross Sector Programs - FS-ISAC
                                               Chair National Council of ISACs
  
                
Eric Meyers
, Lead Analyst, Water ISAC

                 Andy Jabbour, Managing Director, Real Estate ISAC

                 Kathryn Condello, Director NS/EP CenturyLink, Communications ISAC