Program

Welcome Reception: June 11, 2017
Main Sessions: June 12-16, 2017
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Agenda, session topics, and activities are subject to change. Updated information about our program and agenda will be posted as it becomes available. Also see FAQs.

PDF of Preliminary Agenda (updated 5/22/17)

Sunday, June 11

  • Welcome Reception (evening)

Monday, June 12 — Motivations and Fundamentals

  • Welcome and Opening Remarks
  • Power System Fundamentals
  • Cyber Basics
  • Cybersecurity Fundamentals
  • Oil & Gas Fundamentals
  • Power Grid Control Center
  • Education & Outreach Presentation & Activity
  • Open Session Labs/Demos, Social Networking

Tuesday, June 13 — EDS Resilience

  • Panel Discussion: Cyber-physical Resilience
  • Grid Infrastructure Resilience
  • Pipeline and Refineries
  • Electricity Resilience Case Studies
  • Demo – Ukraine Event in a Box
  • Open Session Labs/Demos, Social Networking

Wednesday, June 14 — Device/Software Architecture & Resilience

  • Oil & Gas Infrastructure Resilience
  • Power Grid Relays, PMUs, and AMI
  • Security Data Historians
  • Oil & Gas Safety and PLC Technology
  • Overview of Cyber Protection for EDS
  • OT Networking Monitoring
  • PLC Security Demo & Activity
  • Cybersecurity Tools for PLC Demo & Activity
  • Poster Session & Networking Reception

Thursday, June 15 — Device/Software Architecture & Resilience

  • Power System Resilience — DER
  • Cyber security implications and lessons learned from historical blackouts
  • Resilience & Situational Awareness in Gas Distribution
  • Lightning Talks — proposals due May 22
  • Modeling Formalisms Demo and Activity
  • Oil & Gas Simulation Tools & Activity
  • Electric Grid Simulation Tools & Activity
  • Job Fair & Information Session

Friday, June 16 — Leadership and Sponsor Perspectives

  • DOE CEDS Program
  • DHS S&T Program
  • Research Technology Transition — Making it Happen
  • Future Directions of Research & Development

LAPTOP NOTE: Participants should be prepared to bring a laptop that can connect to the internet (via Ethernet and wireless) and can run a remote desktop client. A laptop with internet capability will be required to take full advantage of sessions that utilize hands-on training activities.