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Founder & CEO and Chief Information Security Officer at PAS
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Eddie Habibi is the Founder and CEO of PAS Global. Eddie is a pioneer and a thought leader in the fields of industrial control systems (ICS) cybersecurity, Industrial IoT, data analytics, and operations management. In the past several years, PAS was recognized in CRN's 15 coolest industrial IoT companies, and Eddie was listed by CRN as one of the 30 Internet of Things Executives Whose Names You Should Know. He is the co-author of two popular best-practices books on operational risk and safety management: The Alarm Management Handbook and The High Performance HMI Handbook. Eddie holds an Engineering degree from the University of Houston and an MBA from the University of St. Thomas.

Jason Haward-Grau joined PAS in 2017. As the CISO at PAS, Jason oversees corporate cybersecurity and ensures PAS technologies address the needs of the CISO community. Jason brings a proven track record of successful delivery in Cybersecurity, IT Development & Operations, IT & Cyber Shared Services, Consulting and Change Management. His previous IT leadership roles include Group Chief Information Security Officer at MOL Group, Director of IT Service & Security Operations at Burberry, and Head of Technology Security Operations at Vodafone. Jason holds a BA (hons) in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Queen Mary College, University of London; a Law degree from the University of Brighton; and a Masters of Law from the University of East London.

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Mike Cooper, Founder & CEO of Revocent,  10/15/2020
7 Tips for Choosing Security Metrics That Matter
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer,  10/19/2020
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