Infrastructure resilience is more critical than ever. Digital connectivity makes our infrastructure more efficient yet potentially vulnerable. Cyberattacks rarely affect a single target. Instead, unanticipated effects can ripple across interconnected infrastructure sectors, while varying defensive capabilities and authorities complicate the response. If exploited by a determined adversary, these unidentified gaps leave our nation vulnerable.
The Jack Voltaic (JV) Conference Series is an excellent opportunity to engage leaders, stakeholders, and cybersecurity experts and reinforce the “whole of community” approach to critical infrastructure resiliency. The purpose is the collaborate and share research findings and tools and provide a safe environment for open discussions that strengthen critical infrastructure resiliency.
NUARI ‘s one-day conference focuses on the new exercise automation technology being developed in partnership with Army Cyber Institute, NUARI, 52inc, and Johns Hopkins. We will present lessons learned from our participation in Jack Voltaic 3.0 Cyber Research Exercise.
- Jack Voltaic 3.0 Background and NUARI Role
- Technological Imperative: Critical Infrastructure Resilience
- Using Analytic Tools to Identify Critical Infrastructure Dependencies
- Distributed Exercises During a Pandemic – Lessons Learned in Design and Execution
- Technical Integration Project Background & Process
- Technical Integration Proof of Concept Demo & Mini DECIDE Exercise
- Next Conference Update – Georgia Cyber Center
The JV Conference Series consists of four events hosted by NUARI, The Georgia Cyber Center, The Citadel and the University of Illinois taking place between June 2021 and May 2022.
You can register for NUARI’s conference HERE