Cybersecurity Track


April 5 & 6, 2023


9:00 AM – 4:00 PM


Edmonton Expo Centre, Conference Rooms

Track Overview

“If I were to go back three years and try to predict where the world would be today, I think the only thing I’d get right is that I would be three years older.”

Paul Baril, Track Developer

It’s been similar for the cybersecurity world, trying to predict the best product for the environment, and the supplier that will survive the onerous road to become a staple. Funny enough, technology is only a small fraction of a comprehensive cybersecurity program. The larger parts are people and processes. 

Cybersecurity has to be a team effort that includes everyone – top down, bottom up – in your organization. It’s about… making small changes in our normal routines to keep our systems protected and operating.  It’s about… using our existing process and in-house expertise to help understand risks.  It’s about… doing more with less and leveraging all available resources and experts.  

This year’s Cybersecurity Track will bring to light some of the possibilities there are for the people, process and technology framework.

The cost to attend the conference is $600/ISA Member and $900/Non ISA Member. To become an ISA Member click here. A professional development hours (PDH) certificate will be available to all attendees post event.

Track Lineup

Session 1

9:00 - 10:00

Adventures in Building an OT Cybersecurity Framework

Mark Brosseau
Senior Manager Plants Control & Automation, EPCOR

Session 2

10:30 - 11:30

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Session 3

1:30 - 2:30

Are You Next? Transforming Cyber Threat Assessments With A Process Safety Framework

Kim Alcorn & James Laszlo
Process Safety Engineers, EPCOR

Session 4

3:00 - 4:00

Canadian Centre for Cyber Security Services for Critical Infrastructure

Jean-Pierre (J-P) Sturgeon
Manager, Critical Infrastructure Partnerships, Canadian Centre for Cyber Security