Event Date: September 13, 2017
Hosted By: OSIsoft & Carahsoft
Location: Lakewood, CO
The age of IoT (Internet of Things), IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) and sensor dependence for critical mission data and facilities is upon us!
As we continue to preach cybersecurity have we really just been preaching "IT security" – i.e. only one dimension? The government’s most critical missions each rely upon a plethora of diverse and distributed systems within our facilities, assets, data centers, operation centers and ISR networks. But what do these systems rely upon? The answer is sensors.
Attendees of this event were able to:
Learn the importance of pervasive sensor situational awareness and predictive analytics
Takeaway innovative ways to protect and monitor your most critical infrastructures
Hear strategies used by government and industry to meet their pressing situational needs
Walk away with tips around IT/OT convergence and holistic cybersecurity
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