The EE-ISAC was invited by OECD to partake to the Workshops on Digital Security and Resilience in Critical Infrastructure and Essential Services in Paris on February 15th and 16th.
On behalf of EE-ISAC, Johan Rambi (Board Member) joined the panel of Digital Security Risks to Government and Public Services to disseminate best practices on international collaboration and public-private partnerships (PPP). Specifically, EE-ISAC was able to contribute to governments under threat by showcasing best practices of how private companies are able to contribute to the discussion of cybersecurity. In addition, cross-national collaborations can help individual governments prepare and, even in some cases, prevent for cyber attacks on energy.
On the panel focusing on cybersecurity across various sectors, Mr Rambi was joined by Steve Casapulla (Acting Branch Chief for International Affairs, Office for Cybersecurity and Communications, Department of Homeland Security (US)) and Chaetae Im (Senior Researcher at Korea Internet & Security Agency, Korea Internet Security Centre). The panel was introduced by Jack Radisch (Senior Project Manager, OECD High Level Risk Forum) and was moderated by Stephen Davies (Strategic Technology Partners, Fireye).
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