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Webcast: Designing Your Industrial Internet Without Sacrificing Security

Webcast: Nov. 5, 2015

Webcast: Nov. 5, 2015

Please join Symantec and SecurityWeek on Thursday, November 5 at 1PM ET for an exclusive webinar, “Designing your Industrial Internet without Sacrificing Security“, presented by Brian Witten, Sr. Director for IoT at Symantec. 

Big data analytics and smarter sensors are just two of many technologies leveraged by many companies enhancing their Industrial Control Systems (ICS) to reap the benefits of the Industrial Internet. However, as you design these smarter and increasingly connected systems, security must be built in from early stages, or else you risk others, with malicious intent, using your systems against you.

This webcast will help you to effectively tackle security “end-to-end” not leaving any weakest links unprotected as you evolve your ICS into the Industrial Internet.

Can’t make the live event? Register today and we’ll send you a link to watch on demand.

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