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Mr. Blask’s career spans the breadth of the cybersecurity spectrum for more than 25 years. He invented one of the first commercial firewall products, built a multi-billion dollar firewall business at Cisco System, co-founded an early SIEM vendor, and authored the first book on SIEM. Today he Global Director of Industrial and IoT Security at Unisys, Senior Partner at Fearless Security, and Chair of the International Association of Certified ISAOs.
Mr. Roxey has 32years of experience in the utility industry serving in organizations such as Operations, Information Technology, Licensing, Security, among others. Mr. Roxey also has over 35 years of computer related experience working on many different OS’s and in many different languages.
In his prior work Mr. Roxey was involved in a variety of both physical and cyber security related issues across the entire nuclear sector of the United States. Mr. Roxey also served, by invitation, on two Presidential Commissions helping to prepare guidance for the next administration.
Marty Edwards is a globally recognized industrial automation and control systems (IACS) cybersecurity expert who collaborates with industry, government, and academia to raise awareness of the growing risks of industrial cybersecurity incidents and the need to take steps to mitigate them. As Director of Strategic Initiatives at the International Society of Automation (ISA), Edwards works with government and industry leaders throughout the world to broaden understanding and implementation of the ISA/IEC 62443 cybersecurity standards. These internationally recognized standards are key components of The Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (updated April 2018), a how-to guide developed through the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to help strengthen the cyber defenses of critical infrastructure. Prior to joining ISA in mid-2017, Edwards—a 25-year industry veteran—was the longest-serving Director of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT).
Rob is Context Information Security’s joint lead for consultancy support to Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) organisations and Operators of Essential Services (OES). His current focus is mainly on the transport sector. Rob has extensive experience advising clients on cyber security risks, cyber resilience strategy, capability development, regulatory compliance, cyber incident preparedness, and in conducting programme and cyber risk assurance of Information Technology and Operational Technology (Industrial Control Systems and Safety Instrumented Systems). Rob was formerly the UK’s Head of Nuclear Cyber Security Regulation at the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR). Previously, at the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), he was responsible for the cyber security strategy, policy and assurance of civil nuclear sites including Sellafield, Dounreay, Magnox, a nuclear shipping company (INS/PNTL), and Direct Rail Services Ltd (DRS). Prior to that, Rob worked for some 20 years in military telecommunications, defence intelligence and security roles. Rob is a member of Council (the board) of the Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN), the professional engineering body for position, navigation and timing.
Patrick Miller provides services as an independent security and regulatory advisor for the Critical Infrastructure sectors as Managing Partner of the Archer International.
Mr. Miller is also the Founder, Director, President Emeritus of Energy Sector Security Consortium, Inc. (EnergySec), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Since 2001, EnergySec has supported security and operations professionals within the Energy industry. In late 2010 Patrick accepted the position as the inaugural President and CEO of EnergySec and Principal Investigator for the National Electric Sector Cybersecurity Organization (NESCO). Patrick is currently on the EnergySec Board of Directors, the Executive Committee of the NESCO Advisory Board and is the EnergySec liaison to the North American Energy CISO Forum. Additionally, he is the US. Coordinator for the Industrial Cybersecurity Center (CCI) based in Madrid, Spain. CCI’s mission is to boost and improve the Industrial Cybersecurity in Spain and Ibero-America.