Staying Secure and Connected: The Power of the Internet of Everything

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We know the convergence of technology trends such as mobility, big data, and hybrid cloud, are connecting more people, processes, data, and things than ever before. In fact, approximately 25 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by the end of this year! This convergence is called the Internet of Everything (IoE) and its having a powerful impact on Federal government agencies –  enabling collaboration, increasing efficiencies, reducing costs, and improving citizen services, all while stimulating new opportunities for better government.

However, as the number of connected devices grows exponentially, threats to agencies’ infrastructure grow in scope and magnitude. Cybersecurity plays a critical role in coordinating information sharing, and proactively managing cyber risks. To realize the tremendous value of IoE that will be unlocked when we connect the unconnected, we must provide integrated cybersecurity end-to end. 

Join this on-demand training as we discuss the critical role cyber security will play in the IoE architecture.

Specifically, by registering and attending this interactive training you will learn:

  • What exactly IoE is and how it creates tremendous opportunities, as well as an elevated threat level for government agencies.
  • What are the challenges with the exponentially increased data production in a world of IoE.
  • How to prepare your agency for the new set of dangers from remote attackers while empowering your workforce.
  • What the key areas of cybersecurity are within the IoE architecture.

Featuring expert panelists:

Thomas R. Millar, the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team’s (US-CERT) Chief of Communications

Peter Romness, the Cybersecurity Solutions Lead for U.S. Public Sector at Cisco Systems Inc.

Want more information? Check out our event recap, download the top resource from the training, and read additional information on what exactly is the IoT.