Dr. Mitchell Thornton - SMU
Cecil H. Green Chair of Engineering and Professor
Sydney Dodd - Explorer Pipeline
Mike Jackson - State of Oklahoma Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security
As industrial facilities in the Energy and Manufacturing sectors become more reliant on technology, new vulnerabilities and risks are more prevalent than ever. From national security concerns, operational and business disruption, negative impact on public and employee safety, and theft of trade secrets and finances, industrial cyber security risks have substantial consequences. In this session, hear from a high-ranking member of the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on new regulations being put in place to mitigate these risks and how business will be impacted.