Up & Atom – 1/23

Citizens for Nuclear Technology Awareness Is Pleased to Present:

Dave Trask, Principal Engineer
Information & Control Systems
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories

Gus Tomé, Cyber Business Unit Leader
Information & Control Systems
Blue Canopy Group, Jacobs Engineering

Topic: Proactive Tactics for Cybersecurity in Complex Facilities

Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Newberry Hall
117 Newberry St SW, Aiken SC
7:30 a.m.

After obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick, Dave Trask joined CNL (formerly Atomic Energy of Canada) in 1989 as a Control Systems Designer. Dave is now the Principal Engineer in Information and Control systems at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization. He supports senior leadership strategy decisions related to Research and Development activities. His particular expertise is in the areas of cyber security, supervisory control and data acquisition systems, real-time software development for mission critical systems, standards compliance, and project management. Dave has been instrumental in establishing CNL’s research capability in cyber security for industrial control systems, securing investment in multi-million dollar projects and facilities as well as establishing international partnerships and collaborating relationships.

Gus Tomé has over 17 years of Information Technology engineering and critical system design experience, including 11 years as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Blue Canopy Group, now part of Jacobs Engineering Group. As Blue Canopy’s Cyber Business Unit Leader and Jacobs Division VP, Gus is a main cyber innovator and strategist highly experienced in the design, deployment, and management of secure networking architectures. He is a major contributor and author of several patents focused on trusted operations, embedded devices hardening, and Next Generation Cyber tools. He holds over a dozen professional certifications, including CISSP, CEH and CISM.

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