LSEC is supporting IoT technology development, Enterprise IoT and Industrial Internet
The Internet of Things is the internet of connected smart sensors and objects with an internet connections such as home automation devices for lightning, domotics; but also connected cars and the connected industry. LSEC's experts have been focusing for the last years in enabling security measures for Enterprise IoT and Industrial IoT. LSEC experts can provide advisory services and technology for embedded systems and technologies.
Some more documentation on LSEC's IoT activities can be found :
Upcoming events and activities on IoT, Industrial Internet and :
April 30th : 2015, the year all things break loose, the second IoT activity, with an interest in Security and Privacy of the Embedded Devices and platforms
May 28th : Industrial Automation Security 2015, how security systems are being put in action in industrial environments and how they are impacting the business
Documents and White Papers available : get yourself informed with this collection of relevant recent documents and materials.
Future programs for IoT:
LSEC is launching the 3IF project in May 2015, a program to support the transformation of manufacturing companies towards becoming factories of the future, by utilizing smart sensors, IoT technologies and components. For more information stay in touch with LSEC and www.3IF.be
Cyber Security has been a main theme for LSEC for almost a decade. The LSEC expertise varies from policies, system integration, tools and technologies, incident management, forensics, ... to risk management, communication and policy making.
LSEC has been a contributing partner to the European Network and Information Security Directive (NIS), and has been a local awareness informer in UK, Luxemburg, France, the Netherlands and Belgium. LSEC Expert Members provide a series of excellent technologies, when implemented and operated correctly support the enterprise environment with early warning, incident management or detection of potential security incidents.
Join one of our cyber security seminars, or look into one of the many sets of documentation we have collected from different experts in the field over the many years.
Should you wish to organize an informative session within your organization, to start creating awareness, consider asking one of the LSEC experts to facilitate.
You can also hire one of our experts to start up an internal awareness campaign, with supporting tools and materials.
Upcoming LSEC events on Cyber Security related topics :
You can call for an event to be set up. WIth enough attendees, we'll be happy to coordinate the activity in your environment or nearby.
Schedule yourself in any of the Meet-o-Magic available dates, and we will update you on the progress. The day that has most interest with at least 35 motivated participants, we will be happy to host.
You can also find more information in the following documents:
Cyber Security Experts and expertise :
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