Interop ITX 2017 Schedule Builder

Interop ITX 2017 Schedule Builder

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  • Paul Brager JrLead Associate / Cybersecurity Architect, ICS/SCADABooz Allen Hamilton

    Mr. Paul Brager, Jr has been a contributing member of the cyber security community for over 20 years, covering the spectrum of the discipline from security architecture and defense-in-depth design to critical infrastructure cyber. He has extensive cyber experience in oil and gas, manufacturing, power utilities, chemical, and telecommunications sectors, having held various leadership positions, up to and including CSO of an emergency management and incident response organization. In his current capacity as a Cyber Security Architect, ICS/SCADA/EA SME for Energy, Manufacturing, and Petrochemicals with Booz Allen Hamilton, Mr. Brager works closely with energy, chemical and manufacturing clients to transform and mature their critical manufacturing and operating infrastructure against cyber-attack and insider threat, and provides actionable and timely guidance to assist in incident response and postmortem forensics, against some of the world's most complex adversaries.

    Paul holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University in Political Science, with a minor in Business, a Master's of Science in Administration of Justice and Security (Criminal Justice/Cyber fusion) from the University of Phoenix, and is an Alpha Phi Sigma (National Criminal Justice Honor Society) inductee since 2009. Mr. Brager is CISSP, GICSP and CISM certified, in addition to serving as an adjunct professor with the University of Phoenix, teaching cyber security courses within their IS&T program. He is currently involved as a non-voting board member of ISSA (South Houston Chapter), ISA-99 Working Committee member, ICSJWG committee member and contributor, InfraGard, OWASP, ISACA, ISC2, NSBE and various other focus groups and cyber-focused organizations, and regularly has speaking engagements with industry groups and peer collaborations.


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