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Posted: 05/17/2023

GridSecCon Registration Update

NPCC, NERC, and the E-ISAC are co-hosting the 12th annual grid security conference on October 17-20 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.

Conference and hotel registration opening soon. More details will be available here and on the E-ISAC and NERC websites. Accommodations will be available at: Hilton Québec, 1100 René Lévesque East, Québec City, Québec, G1R 4P3, Canada, and Delta Québec, 690 Boul René Lévesque Est, Québec City, Québec, G1R 5AB, Canada.

Interested in becoming a sponsor or exhibiting at GridSecCon?  As a sponsor or exhibitor, you will have visibility and multiple opportunities over the course of the week to promote your company’s brand, products and services directly to the industry. This is your chance to uniquely position your company to the market, and gain the competitive advantage over other industry players.  GridSecCon 2023 Sponsorship Prospectus

For more information or assistance, please contact E-ISAC Events.

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