Leidos’ Robert Zitz to Tackle Cyber, Physical Risks at Eisenhower Institute’s Energy Policy Discussion

Robert Zitz
Robert Zitz

Robert Zitz, senior vice president and chief systems architect at Leidos, is scheduled to speak today as one of the panelists in an Eisenhower Institute-hosted discussion on national security threats to energy infrastructures.

Zitz’s speech at the Domestic and International Energy Policy panel discussion will focus on protection strategies and cyber and physical risks facing critical infrastructures, Leidos said Monday.

Other panel members include senior officials from the Energy Department’s National Nuclear Security Administration.

The Eisenhower Institute will host the one-day event at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania.

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