To enhance mission assurance, ESTCP has been investing in innovative technologies, such as microgrids, energy storage and advanced control systems to enable a more diverse, smart, and resilient energy system for DoD installations. To provide full benefit to the system, these technologies increasingly rely on information technology (IT) networks to communicate with other devices and sensors and servers to perform analytics. With this increase of connected devices comes an increase in vulnerabilities to cyber threats. To address the cybersecurity concerns of these smart technologies, ESTCP has invested in a range of technologies that help energy systems prevent, detect and recover from cyber-attack. This session will look at the benefits of new connected technologies along with strategies and technologies that protect them from cyber threats.

Session Chair: Mr. Daryl Haegley, OSD,

Cybersecurity of Control Systems Policy and Legislation - Big Picture

Mr. Daryl Haegley, DoD Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD)

Gaps in our FRCS Cyber Protection

Mr. Joseph Cooley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory

National Cyber Range Complex (NCRC)

Mr. Paul Ketrick, National Cyber Range Complex

Building an Automated Firmware Analysis System for the Electric Grid

Dr. Dan Quinlan, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Building Automation System Enumeration and Configuration

Mr. Billy Rios, WhiteScope, LLC

R&D from the Cybersecurity for Energy Delivery Systems (CEDS)

Mr. James Briones, DoE