Sept. 17: "Understanding Cybersecurity"
R!L 2020 virtual event: SEE LINK BELOW FOR RECORDING OF PRESENTATION.
Sep 17, 2020
from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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researchers, professors, postdocs and grad students
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Presenter: David C. Stieren, Division Chief, Extension Services, National
Institute of Standards and Technology Manufacturing Extension
Partnership\ (NIST MEP) Program
David Stieren oversees the NIST MEP Extension Services Division that works with MEP Centers, U.S. manufacturers, NIST Laboratories, other government agencies, and other stakeholders to develop and deploy approaches that are used by the National Network of MEP Centers to provide extension services to U.S. manufacturers. Cybersecurity is one of the ongoing technical priority areas of the MEP Program as it applies to the technical and business needs of small U.S. manufacturers. Mr. Stieren is a mechanical engineer who has worked at NIST MEP since 2007 and who has experience working with the manufacturing technologies, processes, systems, and supply chains operating in many industries of the U.S. manufacturing sector.
Cybersecurity threats exploit the increased complexity and connectivity of all types of systems operating into today’s society and economy, placing the Nation’s security, economy, and public safety and health at risk. Similar to financial and reputational risks, cybersecurity risk affects a company’s bottom line. It can drive up costs, affect revenue, and harm an organization’s ability to innovate and to gain and maintain customers. This presentation will highlight the basics of cybersecurity protection as an important component of an organization’s overall risk management.
R!L 2020 virtual event hosted by UofL Research Integrity.
+1 502-792-9582 United States, Louisville (Toll)
Conference ID: 749 724 057#