Cyber and Physical Security Working Together by SRP

Monday August 5th, 2019 / 6 PM - 9 PM

WHO: Southwest CyberSec Forum

WHEN: 1st Monday of each month 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

WHERE: UAT theater at 2625 W Baseline Rd, Tempe, AZ 85283

WHY: To stay current with new cyber threats, explore new security technologies, and network with your peers.

FREE: No membership fees, no RSVP’s, food and drinks provided by our sponsors.

 

Sponsor: Check Point Software Technologies 

Our thanks to Check Point Software Technologies for sponsoring this months meeting!

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Check Point Software Technologies

Sponsor Contacts:

Enterprise Team: AZ,NM,NV
Brian Besse: Territory Manager BBesse@CheckPoint.com 949-521-3590
Jon Fallon: Security Engineer JFallon@CheckPoint.com
Michael Reuland: Business Development MReuland@checkpoint.com
Katie Schweger Renewals Specialist KSchwege@checkpoint.com

Presentation 1: The New Norm - Cyber and Physical Security Working Together - The SRP Example (7:15-8:00 PM)

by Jay Spradling and Kevin Wruble from the Salt River Project (SRP)

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Jay Spradling

Manager over Security & Business Continuity

As the Manager over Security & Business Continuity for Salt River Project (SRP), Jay Spradling is responsible for the physical security at eight dams, seven power generating stations, and numerous facilities and substations around Arizona. SRP maintains a service territory of 2,900-square miles spanning portions of Maricopa, Gila and Pinal counties. He is the Past Chair of a regional working group of utility security directors and managers from around the west coast.

Prior to SRP, Jay had a 30 year career in law enforcement. During his 25 years with the Tempe (AZ) Police Department, he served in virtually every Bureau or Division of that department. Among his assignments were Detective, Motorcycle Officer, Gang Sergeant, Basic Training Sergeant, Narcotics Commander, and SWAT Team Commander. He retired as an Assistant Chief of Police and then moved over to the Arizona State University (ASU) Police Department, where he served as their Assistant Chief of Police for another five years.

Jay is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and continues to be active with the Board of their Arizona Chapter.

Jay is a long time member and Past President of the Tempe South Rotary Club. He has been active in numerous other charitable organizations, including Tempe Leadership, American Cancer Society, Paz de Cristo, the Boy Scouts of America, Feed My Starving Children, and the Desert Southwest Chapter of the Alzheimerís Association. Jay is married and has two adult children.

Kevin Wruble

Kevin Wruble

Manager over Cyber Security Identity and Access Management

As the Manager over Cyber Security Identity and Access Management for Salt River Project (SRP), Kevin is responsible for the systems and processes which manage access to SRPís electronic assets. SRP maintains a service territory of 2,900-square miles spanning portions of Maricopa, Gila and Pinal counties.

During his 23 years of experience in the information technology and cyber security industries, Kevin has served in a variety of technical and management roles. Kevin has earned CISSP, GLEG, and ITPM certifications, is a graduate of the University of New Mexico, and is married with two children.

Session Content:

This will be an abbreviated content session based on content at the ASIS Phoenix Chapter Bi-Monthly April 2019 Meeting

  • Quick overview of our what we protect for SRP from a physical and cyber perspective
    • How our specific roles differ and align
    • Backgrounds
    • Terminations
    • Investigations
    • Compliance Requirements
    • A need for common vernacular – “We need everything!”
  • C-Suite Perceptions & Issues
  • Insider Threat
  • Q&A

Presentation 2: PENDING (8:00-8:45 PM)

by TBD

We currently have an open slot for the second presentation and will provide updates throughout the month.

 

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