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About The Speakers
Sean McCoy, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
Sean McCoy serves as the Risk Insights Section Chief within the Vulnerability Management subdivision in CISA’s Cybersecurity Division. In this role, Sean helps lead a team of data scientists and analysts to develop data-driven cyber risk products and help CISA stakeholders understand their cybersecurity risk posture.
Previously, Sean served as an Action Officer on the CISA Central cyber watch floor and as a Government Watch Officer at the DHS Enterprise Security Operations Center.
Before DHS, Sean served in the United States Army as a Signal Officer and held several positions including: Battalion Assistant Operations Officer, Company Executive Officer, Platoon Leader and Direct Signal Support Team Lead, while deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Sean holds a B.A. in Computer Science from the University of Virginia and a M.S. in Management of Secure Information Systems from George Mason University.
Michael Toecker, Department of Energy (DOE)
Michael Toecker is an engineer with broad expertise in the cyber security of control system systems, particularly those used in the energy sector. Mr. Toecker has spent 15 years working in electric power and control system security, first at a Big 5 power engineering firm, then at the power generation arm of a major utility. Mr. Toecker had most recently worked for the control system security firm Digital Bond. Toecker left Digital Bond to build an energy sector focused consultancy in 2014 to explore important electric power resilience and security issues for public and private clients.
View or download the Cybersecurity Best Practices for Industrial Control Systems document.