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Internet of Things Cybersecurity Seminar Series

Internet of Things Cybersecurity Seminar – March 16, 2016

IoT: What Is It? And Why Should I Care?

Attendees interested in taking a deep dive into the issues surrounding Internet of Things cybersecurity joined CTC and sponsors datto and Webster Bank at UConn Stamford on March 16, 2016 for the latest in the Cybersecurity Seminar Series offered by the Council. The half day event featured two keynote speakers with extensive expertise in IoT.

Rick Ryan, Pitney Bowes Fellow, provided a great overview of what the Internet of Things (IoT) is, why we all need to invest resources in understanding it, and what Internet of Things Cybersecurity means to us. Louis Parks, President, CEO & Co-Founder of IoT security firm SecureRF supplemented Ryan’s overview with a great outline of the challenges and opportunities that Internet of Things Cybersercurity presents, and how to face these head on in the coming years as our homes, offices, workplaces, and more become intertwined with IoT.

You can peruse the complete Internet of Things Cybersecurity Seminar presentation below, which covers the ups, downs, and all the risks of the burgeoning IoT market below. Special thanks to Larry Selnick, Director, Treasury & Payment Solutions at Webster Bank, for his role as Emcee during the event and his continued support for the Cybersecurity Seminar Series.

Ryan and Parks were joined by Rick Harris, Partner at Day Pitney LLP, during a discussion panel after these key presentations, moderated by Pat Fisher, CTC Board Member and Founder of JANUS Associates, the nation’s oldest cybersecurity firm.

The Connecticut Technology Council will continue the Cybersecurity Seminar Series this June with a focus on Business Resilience in Cybersecurity and best practices preparing your business if disaster strikes. Be sure to register as soon as possible, as this event is likely to sell out as previous Cybersercuity seminars have been increasingly well attended.

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