WASHINGTON, D.C. – On July 15, the Edison Electric Institute hosted a Virtual Supply Chain Security Conference from 11:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Eastern. This conference will showcase industry and government leaders discussing new and emerging supply chain risk management practices. Howard Gugel, NERC’s vice president of Engineering and Standards, and Joe McClelland, director of the Office of Energy Infrastructure Security at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, presented “Supply Chain Regulation: Current State and On the Horizon.” Steve Herrin, director of Operations and Strategic Partnerships for the E-ISAC, Shawn Wallace from IronNet and Matthew Harvey from CrowdStrike Services presented “State of Supply Chain Threats: Industry Perspective.” Presentations from the conference have been posted.
EEI Virtual Supply Chain Security Conference Presentations
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