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GridSecCon 2023



Attendance Options: In Person  -  Remote

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NERC, the E-ISAC, and Northeast Power Coordinating Council (NPCC) are co-hosting the 12th annual grid security conference on October 18 – 20 with training opportunities on October 17 in Québec City, Canada. GridSecCon brings together cyber and physical security leaders from industry and government to deliver expert training sessions, share best practices and effective threat mitigation programs, and present lessons learned.

At GridSecCon 2023 you can participate in:

  • World-class training sessions
  • Cutting-edge discussions, breakout sessions, and keynotes
  • In-depth presentations on emerging cyber and physical threats
  • Policy updates, lessons learned, and best practices

Attendees can optimize their GridSecCon experience and chose breakout sessions from four conference tracks: cyber or physical security, supply chain issues, or special topics.

The conference will open with keynote speakers Charles Dickerson, president and CEO, Northeast Power Coordinating Council and Mario Tanguay, Senior Director – Cybersecurity at Hydro-Québec. The keynote speaker on day two, will be Francis Bradley, president and CEO of Electricity Canada.

Hotel room blocks are available at the Hilton Québec and the Delta Québec. Conference activities will take place in both hotels. Book your room today. Room blocks close September 15.

For more information or assistance, please contact [email protected].


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