Cybersecurity Common Practices
for Critical Infrastructure:
Who’s Monitoring What?
Tuesday, April 4th at 1 pm ET
In partnership with
- IT leaders tasked with OT security
- Business leaders scoping new OT programs
- Compliance teams grappling with increased legislation
- Network administrators curious about monitoring in OT/ICS
Save Your Spot
Patrick Miller has dedicated his career to the protection and defense of critical infrastructures as a trusted independent security and regulatory advisor. In addition to being the owner and CEO of Ampere Industrial Security, he is an internationally recognized public speaker, instructor for the SANS Institute and the Industrial Cybersecurity Center, and former architect and regulator of the NERC CIP Standards in North America. Mr Miller's diverse background spans the Energy, Water, Telecommunications and Financial Services verticals including key positions with regulatory agencies, private consulting firms, utility asset owners and commercial organizations.
OT Cybersecurity Strategist
Danielle Jablanski is an OT Cybersecurity Strategist at Nozomi Networks, responsible for researching global cybersecurity topics and promoting OT and ICS cybersecurity awareness throughout the industry. In 2022 she also joined the Atlantic Council as a non-resident fellow with the Cyber Statecraft Initiative in the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, focusing on operational technology and workforce development issues. Danielle serves as a staff and advisory board member of the nonprofit organization Building Cyber Security, leading cyber-physical standards development, education, and certifications to advance the physical security, safety, and privacy in public and private sectors. Danielle also serves as the President of the North Texas Section of the International Society of Automation (ISA), organizing monthly member meetings, training, and community engagements.
Sr. Cybersecurity Architect
Ed Parkin is a senior security architect, tasked with defining, deploying and operating security solutions for Agilent and Keysight for 25 years. Prior to that role, Ed was hired into HP as a network engineer out of college.
Director of Business Development
Eric has 25 years of experience in new market development, strategic partnerships, and global account management in the Industrial and Carrier markets, including lengthy assignments at Samsung in Korea, Cisco in the Asia-Pacific region, and Microsemi in the US. Now based in Silicon Valley, Eric is responsible for building Keysight’s industrial cybersecurity and network visibility business through technology partnerships, new solutions development, and strategic account engagement with utilities, manufacturing, and transportation organizations. Eric completed his MBA at UC Berkeley and his BA in Economics at the University of Virginia.