Dr. Michael Mylrea, Distinguished Fellow for Industrial Cybersecurity at University of Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing, is presenting his research abstract on using AI to enhance cyber physical systems security at the Claroty Nexus ’22 Summit.
TALK TITLE: “A Brave New World—Cyber Physical Systems Security and Orchestration from the Cloud”
Wednesday, October 26, 10:40-11:20 AM at the Claroty Nexus ’22 Summit on October 25-26, held at the Nobu Hotel on Miami Beach.
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About Michael Mylrea
Dr. Michael Mylrea is a Distinguished Fellow for Industrial Cybersecurity at the University of Miami IDSC. He has +18 years of cybersecurity experience developing innovative solutions and holds +14 cyber and blockchain patents. He led one of the first and largest federally funded blockchain projects that help introduce blockchain tech to the national lab system. He launched and led a successful ethical hacking cybersecurity company and has held CISO, CTO and senior technical positions in industry, government, including, but not limited to: GE, Pacific Northwest National Lab, the U.S. Departments of Energy and Defense, US Cyber Consequences Unit, Harvard Berkman Klein Center, and Cyber Team 7.
Michael has helped influence various standards, regulations, and technology developments through participation in Group of 7, National Security Council, National Science Foundation, National Academy of Science, IEEE, NDIA, AAAI, and NIST panels, consortium, advisor boards (Tenable, CyManII, CARTA, Rocky Mountain Institute, EC Council and World Business Angels Investment Forum). He frequently keynotes large conferences and workshops such as RSA and IoT World. His work has appeared in news, journal articles, television, and congressional testimony and is frequently cited in technical, industry, and government publications. Dr. Mylrea is a National Science Foundation CyberCorps Scholar alum, completing his Doctorate at George Washington University (GWU) on Cybersecurity. Michael is a recipient of a number of distinguished awards (Fulbright Scholarship, NSF CyberCorps, Rosenthal Fellowship, FDD National Security Fellowship, Top 99 Future Leaders Award). Michael speaks Hebrew, Arabic, Spanish, and Portuguese and is proficient in auditing various computer languages.