The Cyber Resilient Energy Delivery Consortium (CREDC) is a five-year, $28.1 million research and development initiative that is funded by the Department of Energy and is focused on cybersecurity and cyber-resiliency of energy delivery systems for the electric power and oil & gas industries. This effort builds on the success of the preceding Trustworthy Cyber Infrastructure for the Power Grid (TCIPG) consortium.
The 2017 CREDC Industry Workshop will be held on March 27-29, 2017 at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel & Conference Center in Tempe, Arizona. Our workshop begins with a welcome reception on Monday evening followed by 1.5 days of workshop sessions. The fee to attend is $200 and the deadline to register is March 15. More information is below.
Participants will have an opportunity to engage with CREDC researchers, learn about CREDC research activities, and have an impact on current research and future research plans. Our program will include research presentations, a featured case study and discussion, breakout discussion sessions led by industry sector and academic research leaders, Lightning Talk Presentations (now accepting proposals), and a poster session/networking reception. Learn more about our program here. NOTE: this event is not open to academic researchers from non-CREDC partner universities.
We value our relationships with energy industry stakeholders. This workshop aims to establish or further develop a long-term relationship with you and your organization that includes frequent opportunities to engage with and contribute to CREDC research and development efforts. If you represent energy stakeholders at power utilities, oil and gas industries, vendors of energy delivery equipment/technology, security consultant firms, or industry R&D labs, please plan to join!
Participants may also qualify for Professional Development Hours (PDH) and Continuing Education Units (CEU).
REGISTRATION FEES AND DEADLINES*
- The cost to attend is $200 per attendee
- Use Invitation Code: IW17INVITE
- Limited Seating. Register Now!
*You may use the invitation code above or the one received via an email invitation. This event is not open to academic researchers from non-CREDC partner universities. Cancellations after March 15, 2017 will not be refunded. Attendees from the University of Illinois campus will have the option to pay registration fees by CFOP.
*Meals: Registration fee includes continental breakfast on Tuesday and Wednesday, lunch on Tuesday, and snack breaks on Tuesday and Wednesday. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will also be provided at the Monday evening Welcome Reception and at the Tuesday evening Poster Session/Networking Reception.
About CREDC: The Cyber Resilient Energy Delivery Consortium (CREDC) is a five-year, $28.1 million research and development initiative that is funded by the Department of Energy and is focused on cybersecurity and cyber-resiliency of energy delivery systems for the electric power and oil & gas industries. Consortium partners include: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Argonne National Laboratory, Arizona State University, Dartmouth College, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Old Dominion University, Oregon State University, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Rutgers University, Tennessee State University, the University of Houston, and Washington State University. CREDC builds on the success of the preceding Trustworthy Cyber Infrastructure for the Power Grid (TCIPG) consortium. For more information about CREDC, visit http://cred-c.org.