October 12, 2016 Federal Training Partnership in association with Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is proud to announce the 2016 Cyber Partnership Day. This exciting exhibit opportunity will be limited to 30 top technology companies. This event is being hosted by the Cyber Division at INL and will allow industry partners to interact with hundreds of government personnel. During the event, industry partners will have access with key members of the INL community. The event will consist of an industry solutions exhibit to the INL personnel.
This unique program is the only technology show of its kind taking place at INL during 2016. It will bring together the top personnel and leaders from the INL community. This is an exclusive chance to network and collaborate with technology personnel and end-users from the laboratory.
Requested technologies for exhibitors and speakers include:
- Cloud security
- Mobile device security
- Wireless technologies
- 3D printing technology
- Big data
- Internet of things
- Network monitoring
- Cyber security
This program is expected to draw more than 200 attendees.
About Idaho National Laboratory:
INL is part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s complex of national laboratories. The laboratory performs work in each of the strategic goal areas of DOE: energy, national security, science and environment. INL is the nation’s leading center for nuclear energy research and development. The Laboratory has a workforce of over 4,000 personnel, including: engineers, scientists, researchers, and technology specialists. In 2015, INL had a total business volume of $917.1 million.
INL makes important contributions in the area of national and homeland security. INL personnel are internationally recognized for their capabilities in critical infrastructure protection and nuclear nonproliferation. Their 890-square-mile laboratory includes unparalleled assets such as a utility-scale electric power grid for improving grid reliability and security; a wireless communications user facility available for commercial and government-sponsored research; and key capabilities for performing cyber and control system research, explosives impact analysis, armor development and radiological training.
|When?||Wednesday, October 12, 2016|
|Where?||Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID 83415|
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